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  1. The War in Afghanistan was a conflict that took place from 2001 to 2021 in Afghanistan. It started with an invasion [67] that led to the United States and its allies toppling the Taliban -ruled Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan in order to deny al-Qaeda a safe base of operations in the country.

  2. War in Afghanistan (2001–present) Part of the Global War on Terrorism, and the continuous Afghanistan conflict: Clockwise from top-left: British Royal Marines during a clearance in Helmand Province; U.S. soldiers in a firefight with Taliban forces in Kunar Province; An Afghan National Army soldier surveying atop a Humvee; Afghan and U.S. soldiers move through snow in Logar Province; Canadian ...

    • 7 October 2001 – present, (19 years, 7 months, 3 weeks and 6 days), First phase: 7 October 2001 – 28 December 2014, Second phase: 1 January 2015 – present
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  4. The War in Afghanistan was a conflict that took place from 2001 to 2021 in Afghanistan. It began when the United States and its allies invaded Afghanistan and toppled the Taliban-ruled Islamic Emirate. The war ended with the Taliban regaining power after a 19 years and 10 months-long insurgency against allied NATO and Afghan Armed Forces.

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    The war started when the US invaded Afghanistan in 2001. The US and its allies forced the Taliban and Al-Qaeda to hide. In December 2001, the US and its allies founded a new government for Afghanistan. Its president was Hamid Karzai. By February 2002, 5,000 soldiers from ISAF (or International Security Assistance Force) were in Afghanistan. That military force was led by United States. ISAF's soldiers were on loan from the militaries of NATO countries and allied countries. In 2012 ISAF was at its maximum: 130,000 soldiers (in Afghanistan). In 2004 Hamid Karzai started as the first president of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan. Even though the Taliban had lost power, they formed a "shadow government". Taliban insurgents, or fighters, controlled many parts of Afghanistan, and enforced their own laws. Osama bin Ladenwas killed in Pakistan, May 2011. British troops left Afghanistan in 2015, after 5 years of training the Afghanistan police to deal with threats from the Taliban. After...

    More than 15,000 Coalition soldiers were wounded: 6,773 US, 3,954 UK, 1,500 Canadianand over 2,500 other Coalition soldiers. 5,500 Afghan army soldiers and 200 Northern Alliance militants were killed in this war. 378 US civilian contractors were killed and 7,224.

    Taliban fighters in 2021.
    ISAF soldiers on loan from the Romanian Land Forces between Kandahar and Kabulin 2003
    A soldier of the Afghan National Army in Kandahar Provincein 2008
    ISAF soldiers on loan from the Czech Republic's army in Logar Provincein 2009
  5. The War in Afghanistan ( 2001–present) refers tae the intervention bi NATO an allied forces in the Afghan poleetical struggle, follaein the terrorist attacks o September 11, 2001, tae dismantle the al-Qaeda terrorist organisation an tae remove frae pouer the Taliban govrenment, which at the time controlled 90% o Afghanistan an hostit al-Qaeda ...

    • 7 October 2001 – present, (19 years, 11 months, 1 week and 4 days)
  6. War in Afghanistan (2001–2021) Part of the Global War on Terrorism, and. the continuous Afghanistan conflict. Taliban fighters in 2021. Date. 7 October 2001 – 30 August 2021. Operation Enduring Freedom: 7 October 2001 – 28 December 2014. Operation Freedom's Sentinel: 1 January 2015 – 15 August 2021. Location.

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