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Is the US allowed to execute a airstrike on Afghan soil after withdrawal?

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Aug 02, 2022 02:26 PM 0 Answers
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The United States killed Al-Qaeda's chief in an airstrike on his house in Kabul, Afghanistan.

Though the agreement between the US and the Taliban is not public, one thing that is clear is that the US was supposed to completely withdraw its military presence and stop its operations in Afghanistan as part of the deal. Doesn't that mean the US wasn't allowed to do any such operation? Isn't this a violation of the deal signed between the two powers?

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