Breaking News America Started War On Afghanistan

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Kabul: Rocket attack on US embassy in Afghanistan, no casualties or financial losses, officials also declare US embassy premises cleared. US news agency Associated Press (AP) reports that clouds of smoke were seen rising from the embassy in the middle of the Afghan capital Kabul last night, after which the siren started ringing and employees heard a loud speaker announce 'A rocket exploded in the compound. On September 11, 2001, in the United States, the US Embassy in Afghanistan was rocket-propelled after 18 years, and on the other hand, the NATO mission near the US Embassy confirmed that no one was in the attack. The officer was not injured.

It is thought that this was the first major strike in Kabul, after negotiations between the Taliban and the Trump government were brought to a close to a possible deal to end the 18-year-long US war in Afghanistan. Earlier last week, the Taliban carried out two car blasts in Kabul that resulted in the death of several civilians, including 2 NATO officials. US President Donald Trump called the US Taliban negotiator "dead" in the attack. The attack was carried out in Kabul on September 11, considered a sensitive day in Afghanistan.


Remember that after the September 11, 2001, attack on the Twin Towers in New York City, the US-led war began in Afghanistan, resulting in al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden called the mastermind of the attacks. The asylum-seeking Taliban regime was overthrown.


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