afghan war

NATO has formally ended its combat missions in Afghanistan which leaves the Afghan army and police in charge of maintaining security within the country.

Instead they claim that NATO troops will be moving into a role that provides more training and support to the army and police forces.

The ending of the NATO combat mission may mean that Afghanistan might begin functioning with more control over its own affairs.

Although the presence of Western troops and intervention in Afghanistan is deeply deplorable, this new development marks a significant part in the country’s modern history as it may be the beginning to it functioning more independently.

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