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1 Aug 2021
A top US general declined to say whether airstrikes against the Taliban would continue after the US troop pullout, but pledged to support Afghanistan "from over the horizon."
11 Jul 2021
The Afghan National Security Forces say the situation in Badghis province is "not to be worried about" after the Taliban launched a major assault on the provincial capital, the first since the US military began its final drawdown of troops from the country as insurgents press on with a blistering offensive in the north.
28 May 2021
Afghan forces clash with Taliban fighters in a provincial capital about 120 kilometres (75 miles) from Kabul.

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