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U.S. military defends air strikes that Taliban says violate troop pact

WorldNews Monday, 19 October 2020
U.S. military defends air strikes that Taliban says violate troop pactKABUL: The U.S. military defended on Sunday its airstrikes against Taliban fighters last week, as the insurgent group accused Washington of violating a signed agreement. The Taliban launched a major offensive in the southern province of Helmand in a bid to take its capital, prompting U.S. airstrikes in support of Afghan...
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