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Women and civilians were left at the mercy of the Taliban to be killed, Bush said

Women and civilians were left at the mercy of the Taliban to be killed, Bush said
BERLIN: Former US President George W. Bush has called the withdrawal of foreign troops from Afghanistan a mistake, saying Afghan civilians were left at the mercy of the Taliban to be killed.

In an interview with the German news agency Deutsche Welle, former US President George W. Bush, who invaded Afghanistan after the 9/11 attacks, sharply criticized the withdrawal of NATO forces, calling it a mistake.

George W. Bush added that the mistake of withdrawing NATO forces is going to inflict indescribable harm on women and girls in Afghanistan, which saddens me. Once again, women and innocent people have been left alone with the oppressors to sacrifice.

Hailey

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