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U.S. begins the withdrawal of foreign forces and handing over military bases to Afghanistan

Foreign forces will proceed to have "the military means and capability to completely protect themselves amid the ongoing retrograde," Gen. Scott Miller said. The commander of foreign forces in Afghanistan, Gen. Miller, has said an orderly withdrawal of foreign forces and the handing over of military bases and gear to the Afghan forces had begun.

Miller said on Sunday that he was acting on orders based on U.S. President Joe Biden's decision to end America's longest war. Considering the delayed and unmanageable fight in Afghanistan no longer aligned with American priorities.

Prior to this month, Biden said he would withdraw troops from Afghanistan before Sept. 11. The 20th commemoration of the militant assaults on the World Trade Centre and the Pentagon that propelled the Afghan war.

The Taliban ruled Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001, when they were removed by U.S.-led forces. Since that point, they have waged a long-running radical and now control wide swathes of territory.

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