US President Joe Biden Announces Full Troop Withdrawal From Afghanistan By September 2021

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President Joe Biden announced on April 14 it's "time to end" America's longest war with the unconditional withdrawal of troops from Afghanistan where they have spent two decades in a bloody, largely fruitless battle against the Taliban. Dubbed the "forever war," the US military onslaught in Afghanistan began in response to the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks against the United States. Now, 20 years later, after almost 2,400 US military and tens of thousands of Afghan deaths, Biden is naming September 11 as the deadline by which the last US soldiers will have finally departed. The war is at best at a stalemate. Biden's decision is not a shock. The war is hugely unpopular among voters and Biden's predecessor Donald Trump had committed to an even earlier exit of May 1. Biden's decision came as Turkey said it will host a US-backed peace conference from April 24 to May 4 that would bring together the Afghan government, the Taliban and international partners. Watch the video to know more.

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