After Two Decades of Fighting Taliban, U.S. Is Uneasy Partners With Them


Americans have described a necessary, if distasteful, working arrangement as they race to evacuate Afghanistan by Aug. 31. Online-PR: … unsere digitale Pressearbeit im Internet hilft weiter…

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While U.S. Troops Searched Afghans in Kabul, a Bomber Moved In


Officials are still piecing together the chain of events in the attack that killed scores of people, including 13 U.S. service members, outside the Kabul airport. Online-PR: … unsere digitale Pressearbeit im Internet hilft weiter…

Amid Afghan Chaos, a C.I.A. Mission That Will Persist for Years

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The spy agency had plans to de-emphasize counterterrorism operations to focus on rising global powers. History got in the way.

Biden Faces a Tragedy He Worked to Avoid


The president said the evacuation of U.S. citizens and allies from Afghanistan would continue, even after an attack that killed at least 13 American troops and dozens of civilians.

After Decades of War in Afghanistan, ISIS and Al Qaeda Can Still Wreak Havoc


The U.S. and its allies waged war for 20 years to try to defeat terrorists in Afghanistan. A double-suicide bombing demonstrated that they remain a threat.

At Least 12 U.S. Troops Among Masses of Dead in Kabul Suicide Attack

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Bombers struck a huge crowd outside the airport, killing dozens of civilians in the waning days of the U.S. evacuation from Afghanistan.

The Latest G.O.P. Schism: How to Handle Afghan Evacuees


The resettlement of Afghan allies in the U.S. is revealing an internal divide between the party’s anti-immigrant wing and other conservatives who want to help the refugees.

Military Ramps Up Evacuations From Kabul, but Bottlenecks Persist

The Pentagon has increased the number of flights, but questions remain about whether the military can sustain the pace as the deadline to end the operation draws near.