An additional $33 billion is heading to fund the Afghan war efforts. The move was approved by the U.S. Congress today. The whopping cash injection comes after a leak of tonnes of classified military documents, revealing a barrage of human rights violations during the campaign.
Dr. David Kilcullen at the Center for New American Security and other experts are now sounding the alarm; saying the US should pack up and leave, as the war’s fast becoming unwinnable.
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