September 25, 2021

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The shootings mark the last moments of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan

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More than 100,000 civilians have been evicted by the United States since the Taliban seized control of Afghanistan.

After a two-decade military presence in Afghanistan, the United States ended its withdrawal from the Asian country this Tuesday (31/8, Afghanistan time).

According to General Frank McKenzie, “every American military is now out of Afghanistan.”

General Chris Donahue boarded a C-17 cargo plane and became the last soldier to leave Afghanistan.

Since the Taliban Islamic fundamentalist group took power in Asia in mid-August, 123,000 civilians have been expelled from Afghanistan by the United States, McKenzie added. The withdrawn persons are from the United States, Afghanistan or a third nation.