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Tag: Middle East
With US Troops Leaving Afghanistan but Airstrikes Continuing, Resurgent Taliban Warns Retaliation Is Coming
The Taliban reportedly warned that US airstrikes in Afghanistan will have 'consequences.'
Biden Administration's 'Hasty' Afghanistan Withdrawal Prompts Bipartisan Bill Aimed at Protecting Allies
The ALLIES Act, which passed 407-16, allows for nearly 8,000 more American visas for people who worked with American troops.
The election of hardline cleric Ebrahim Raisi to the country's presidency puts the future of the nuclear agreement in question.
'The larger question is whether we can defend ourselves against further attacks on this country if al-Qaida regroups.'
'I will not send another generation of Americans to war in Afghanistan with no reasonable expectation of achieving a different outcome.'
The Taliban has taken over a US-built bridge between Afghanistan and Tajikistan to collect customs revenues.
Democrats Plan to Spend $870 Million on Border Security in Middle East - $0 for Southern Border Wall
Amid the US illegal immigration crisis, Democrats send huge sums of money overseas to help other countries protect their own borders.
The top US general in Afghanistan gave a sobering assessment of the country's deteriorating security situation.
'The United States took necessary, appropriate, and deliberate action designed to limit the risk of escalation.'