Voice of America: Taliban Vows Retaliation as US Resumes Afghan Airstrikes
ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN — Afghanistan's Taliban said Saturday that it would strongly retaliate for the resumption of U.S. airstrikes against the insurgent group, and it rejected assertions that bombing operations ever paused.
The U.S. military began anti-Taliban air raids in the last week, but it has declined to provide details.
The move came just days after President Barack Obama expanded the authorities under which U.S. troops in Afghanistan can attack insurgents; attacks can now proceed as long as they help the Afghan offensive succeed.
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