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Afghanistan: Five Years Later

On Oct. 7, 2001, President Bush spoke from the Treaty Room of the White House to announce the beginning of Operation Enduring Freedom, a mission designed to disrupt and destroy al-Qaeda operations in Afghanistan and the regime that had harbored and supported Osama bin Laden’s terrorist network. It was never going to be an easy mission. Now, five years after the start of Operation Enduring Freedom, another signpost has been marked on Afghanistan’s long, difficult road to stability: NATO took control of security operations for the entire country on Thursday, as well as the 24 Provincial Reconstruction Teams that are strengthening infrastructure across the nation. Full Story

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