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Biden meets grieving families and honors troops killed in Afghanistan

Biden meets grieving families and honors troops killed in Afghanistan

Washington, Aug 30 (Prensa Latina) President Joe Biden met in solemn privacy Sunday with the families of the 13 US troops killed in the suicide attack near the Kabul airport as the remains of their loved ones returned to US soil from Afghanistan.
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Joe Biden and first lady Jill Biden were also to attend the dignified transfer of the fallen troops while at Dover Air Force Base, a military ritual of receiving the remains of those killed in foreign combat.

The US president, 4th commander-in-chief who testified the return home of soldiers in coffins from Afghanistan, as he announced the withdrawal of US troops from Afghanistan, said that the nearly 20-year war would not pass the responsibility on to a fifth.

According to US officials, an affiliate of the Islamic State extremist group known as ISIS-K was responsible for the Aug. 26 bombing, which President Biden threatened to hunt them down and make them pay for this.

US retaliation came shortly after President Biden ordered a drone attack on two suspected ISIS-K targets that were eliminated in the Afghan province of Nangahar.

On Sunday, US forces conducted new attacks on alleged extremists in a district of Kabul and also on multiple suicide bombers who were driving to Kabul airport.

After a 20-year invasion and military occupation by the United States and NATO, in a war that many have already branded as lost, the US troops will leave Afghanistan.

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