KABUL, Afghanistan — For the past 40 years, Afghanistan experienced unrest from the Soviet invasion to the various violent terrorist groups that control the country. After the attacks of 9/11, the U.S. invaded the country, which brought an end to the Taliban rule. The U.S. helped develop a new democratic government to help improve the situation of the country. Since then, the United States along with NATO and Afghan forces have fought various insurgent groups trying to regain control of the country. Here are some causes of the war and the effects it led to.
Causes and Effects of the War in Afghanistan
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