The message: They are all set to have the Taliban as America and its allies start to withdraw troops from Afghanistan this week.
However, the fact on the ground tells another story. CBS News got uncommon entry to the Afghan army as its soldiers prepare to resist the Taliban in their own.
CBS News took a Soviet-era helicopter from Kabul. It was a brief flight. However, the roads of the funds have become so hazardous driving there’s from the question. Countless women and men in Special Forces today face a Taliban stronger than in the 2 years as the U.S.-led invasion.
Included in this peace agreement with the U.S., the Taliban vowed to sever ties with al Qaeda terrorists. However, General Yasin Zia told CBS News that they have become”blood relatives” within the previous twenty decades.