Why did the US allow the Taliban to takeover Afghanistan? – BBC News

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As the US and its allies continue their urgent evacuations from Kabul, Ros Atkins looks at the US-Taliban deal of February 2020 and the role it has played in the militant group’s takeover of Afghanistan.

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