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US senators introduce legislation to impose sanctions on Taliban

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More than 20 US Senators on Tuesday introduced legislation to impose sanctions on the Taliban in Afghanistan and the foreign governments that support the outfit.The law titled the ‘Afghanistan Counterterrorism, Oversight, and Accountability Act’, would address the outstanding issues related to the Administration’s rushed withdrawal from Afghanistan.”The chaotic withdrawal from Afghanistan was as awful as it was avoidable. It was unwise and unrealistic for the Administration to stick to its arbitrary August 31st deadline, which resulted in hundreds of Americans and tens of thousands of our most loyal allies — drivers, translators, guides, and others — and vulnerable Afghans such as women leaders being left behind in Afghanistan in dire jeopardy,” said Senator Collins on the legislation introduced by Senator Jim Risch.

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