After twenty years of conflict in Afghanistan, the United States and its coalition partners ended the war with Afghanistan with the fall of the Afghan government. The withdrawal of U.S. troops from the majority of Afghanistan brought an end to the 20-year-old war. Over 100,000 Afghans were forced to flee Afghanistan by the Taliban’s rapid advances over the past few weeks. 13 U.S. military personnel died in the process. Here’s how the fall of Afghanistan happened so quickly, and what’s next for the war-torn country.
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The Fall Of Afghanistan: How America’s $2 trillion, Two-Decade War Ended In Chaos