Pompeo arrives in Kabul to jumpstart flagging Afghan peace process

Pompeo arrives in Kabul to jumpstart flagging Afghan peace process

US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo landed in Afghanistan on Monday in an unannounced visit to help salvage a deal between Washington and the Taliban. Pompeo landed in Kabul to meet with Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and his political rival Abdullah Abdullah who also claims he is president. During the visit, Pompeo is expected to try to help end the impasse between the two leaders too.

not the 1%
not the 1% 3 months

if the Yemeni camel riders can hit saudi oil infrastructure with "supposedly" iranian drones..... surely pompeo is running the gauntlet in afghan at the moment?? or are the Iranians NOT that powerful?? or was it Mossad that actually hit Saudi oil facilities with US help by switching off their patriot systems and going to bed??

Miles O'Brien
Miles O'Brien 3 months

Didn't we all celebrate the peace agreement a week or more ago? Didn't the administration say it was a done deal? Now it's "flagging". Lies and half truths. So eager to prove how great Trump is they'll say anything. America runs on bullsit.

MARK 3 months

Come on everybody wake up ! ! Why , why , why do you believe we are in Afghanistan for 20 years ! ? T W E N T Y years ! ! Bin Laden has been dead for a couple of years . 9/11 was almost 10 years ago . Could it possibly be because of the Sackler family and the Pharmaceutical industry's wealth due to the poppy industry ? DO YA THINK ! ? Word has it that the product slithers into the nation in U.S. military containers . Quite a number of the 9/11 criminals were SAUDIS ! ! Yet they are ALLIES ! ? 130+ Americans die DAILY from a opioid overdose , both illegal and from the products of Big Pharma and the Sackler family . Get a firm grip on the cheeks of your butts . Pluck your heads out and start questioning your government and their corporate masters about this and the multitude of crimes they commit against the American people and nation . WAKE UP ! !

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