by Madison Ruppert, End The Lie:
The U.S. and Afghanistan are clashing over the Afghan government’s move to release 65 prisoners the U.S. has accused of killing both Americans and Afghanis, leading Afghan President Hamid Karzai to tell the U.S. to “stop harassing” Afghanistan.
While Washington maintains that they are dangerous Taliban fighters, Kabul argues that they are actually innocent men who had been imprisoned for years by foreign soldiers, according to the Guardian.
The relationship between the U.S. and Afghanistan has become increasingly strained.
Late last year, Karzai stepped away from plans to create a long-term security deal that would allow U.S. forces to remain in Afghanistan after their mission officially ends by the end of this year.
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