Obama kaingia Afghanistan bila ya taarifa

mzenjiboy

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Rais Obama kaingia nchini Afghanistan leo hii kimya kimya tena bila ya taarifa.

Yeye si wa kwanza kuingia Afghanistan kwa mlango wa nyuma, Bush Jr., Cameroon wa UK na wengine wengi huingia Afghanista bila ya taarifa.

Kumbe maTaliban si watu wa kuchezea. 🎭
 

Zogwale

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Safi sana siri hazikuvuja. Inteligensia safi saba Taliban hawakuambulia chochote.
 

bategereza

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Chezea waislamu wewe. Mtu yuko radhi afe kwa mlipuko ili mradi tu akuondoe duniani. yaani hawaogopi hata kifo. sasa utachezea hapo.?? Kujilipua ni sifa.
 

Root

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Hata kipindi cha Bush walikuwa wanajua watu wanne tu na pia aliondoka kimya kimya
 

Mama Mdogo

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President Obama made a surprise visit to Afghanistan on Sunday as his administration plans to end the nation's longest war at the end of this year, and faces intense criticism over the medical treatment of American veterans.
"I'm here on a single mission, and that is to thank you for your extraordinary service," Obama told a rally of some of the 32,800 American service members serving in Afghanistan, many of them making their last tour of duty. Obama also announced that he will decide soon on possible troop levels for a post-2014 residual force to be left in Afghanistan to keep training local security forces and conduct counter terrorism missions. In discussing this "limited military presence," Obama told U.S. troops at Bagram Air Field that, "after all the sacrifices we've made, we want to preserve the gains that you have helped to win." Obama said, "I want everybody to know, in this country and across the region: America's commitment to the people of Afghanistan will endure." The residual force - perhaps up to 10,000 troops - may be a topic when Obama delivers a foreign policy speech Wednesday during a commencement address at West Point.
After making a secret overnight flight from Washington, D.C., Obama also told the troops that the United States is at "a pivotal moment," and that Afghan forces will complete their takeover of security responsibilities by the end of this year.
"Our combat mission will be over," the president said. "America's war in Afghanistan will come to a responsible end." In addition to his speech and an on-site briefing from military commanders at Bagram Air Field, Obama also visited wounded troops at the base hospital.
Obama spent a little less than four hours on the ground in Afghanistan.

Source: Obama makes surprise visit to Afghanistan
 

Mama Mdogo

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President Obama made a surprise visit to Afghanistan on Sunday as his administration plans to end the nation's longest war at the end of this year, and faces intense criticism over the medical treatment of American veterans.

"I'm here on a single mission, and that is to thank you for your extraordinary service," Obama told a rally of some of the 32,800 American service members serving in Afghanistan, many of them making their last tour of duty. Obama also announced that he will decide soon on possible troop levels for a post-2014 residual force to be left in Afghanistan to keep training local security forces and conduct counter terrorism missions. In discussing this "limited military presence," Obama told U.S. troops at Bagram Air Field that, "after all the sacrifices we've made, we want to preserve the gains that you have helped to win." Obama said, "I want everybody to know, in this country and across the region: America's commitment to the people of Afghanistan will endure." The residual force — perhaps up to 10,000 troops — may be a topic when Obama delivers a foreign policy speech Wednesday during a commencement address at West Point.

After making a secret overnight flight from Washington, D.C., Obama also told the troops that the United States is at "a pivotal moment," and that Afghan forces will complete their takeover of security responsibilities by the end of this year. About 32,800 U.S. troops remain in Afghanistan. At least 2,181 U.S. military service members have died during the Afghanistan War, and thousands more have been wounded. In his remarks to troops, Obama noted that during his tour of Bagram he saw a picture of the twin towers of the World Trade Center that were attacked in 2001. "So I know you don't forget," Obama said. "Our combat mission will be over," the president said. "America's war in Afghanistan will come to a responsible end." In addition to his speech and an on-site briefing from military commanders at Bagram Air Field, Obama also visited wounded troops at the base hospital.

The plan to maintain a small force in Afghanistan depends on Karzai's soon-to-be-elected successor signing a bilateral security agreement that Karzai has refused to endorse. This was Obama's fourth visit to Afghanistan, his first since the 2012 re-election year. Obama spent a little less than four hours on the ground in Afghanistan.

Source: Obama makes surprise visit to Afghanistan
 

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