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When the US leaves Afghanistan, the world will become less safe

Por: New York Post Opinion May 12, 2021

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More On: Last weekend’s vicious in the Afghan capital killed more than 60 people and injured more than 150 others, most of them schoolgirls. Sadly, this was no isolated incident. Since President Biden announced the United States would leave Afghanistan by Sept. 11, violence has soared. But it isn’t only Afghans who’ll suffer. With the return of the Taliban, a rejuvenated and dangerous al Qaeda will enjoy the same sanctuary it had over two... + full article



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