How Taliban Expanded in Afghanistan During America’s Longest War | WSJ

As U.S. troops leave Afghanistan, the Taliban gains ground

As America puts an end to its war in Afghanistan after 20 years, a WSJ analysis of data shows how the Taliban has gradually taken back control of much of the country and expanded its military presence after being toppled in 2001. Photo Illustration: George Downs

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