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For example, the New York Times reported:

"Islamic extremists in Europe, Asia and North America have begun a campaign of violence against Westerners, with no end in sight," The New York Times wrote. And they added: "It was the latest act of aggression against having a boyfriend in the army Western targets that have led President Obama to announce Monday that American troops will stay on their soil. The American military presence in Afghanistan, in place since 2001, will end, and the wars in Iraq and Syria will end. But the military commitment that has been in place for years, and remains the bedrock of American foreign policy, is not likely to end. "The United States will leave an enormous military footprint in the Middle East, from Yemen to the Gulf to Afghanistan and the Persian Gulf. In doing so, it will create a vast new American security and military presence for the first time since World War II. "But the United States will keep its own. The presence of the American military will be the same as it has been since 1945, with few changes, but with a number of smaller additions to its presence. "The new American presence will be called Operation New Dawn, and the old one single chat online Operation Enduring Freedom." "The American military presence in Afghanistan will end and will be replaced by a new one that will remain in place for the foreseeable future." "So we are not just leaving Afghanistan, we are transforming it." "The end of the prison pen pals georgia war in Afghanistan is not a surprise to us, but it will not american single girls be a surprise to our enemies, either. We have decided long ago to leave Afghanistan, and we have left an immense military footprint in it. "The United States will leave an enormous military footprint in the Middle East, from Yemen to the Gulf to Afghanistan and the Persian Gulf. In doing so, it will have to take a tremendous amount of risks, which in turn will be difficult for American troops to deal with. "We will send a small number of Americans to Iraq, where the risk of being ambushed chatroom irani and killed has been relatively small. There, we have already sent hundreds of special forces personnel." "There are other things we are leaving behind, some of which will be very hard to replace. Among those things, there is nothing else on which we can lay claim as part of a lasting peace and security in Afghanistan. There is no such thing as a viable political, economic or social settlement in Afghanistan.