US Launches Counterterrorism Airstrikes in NE Afghanistan to Deter Cross-Border Attacks

US Launches Counterterrorism Airstrikes in NE Afghanistan to Deter Cross-Border Attacks

The U.S. military says its new counterterrorism airstrikes are meant to support Afghanistan in reassuring neighboring countries that it is not a “safe sanctuary” for terrorists who want to carry out cross-border attacks. The air campaign is targeting and destroying Taliban training camps in the northeastern Afghan province of Badakhshan, the U.S. military said Thursday. It…


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