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United States invasion of Afghanistan. Its public aims were to dismantle al-Qaeda, and to deny it a safe base of operations in Afghanistan by removing the Taliban from power. The United Kingdom was a key ally of the United States, offering support for military action from the start of preparations for the invasion.
"The blast happened while people were busy with prayers, meanwhile in other part of the mosque people had gathered to get. bomb in Afghanistan’s northern Faryab province, killing seven of them..
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The militaries of both the US and Britain kept painstaking records of its soldiers killed in both Afghanistan and Iraq – 2,280 and 4,491 for the US, and 455 and 179 for Britain.
When I was a kid and the US military was trying to bring in cannon fodder for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan (still going strong, btw), its recruitment tactics were fairly straightforward. You’d get.
US President. "These are civilian people, unarmed, here to do human rights work, to work for peace in Afghanistan – they were not prepared for this situation," he told the BBC. Media captionFarhan.