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[Homework]CNN 2015-10-14

CNN Student NewsFirst story takes us to the nation of Turkey, Yesterday thousands of people gathered in Turkish cities nationwide to mourn the victims of a terrorist attack, it was the deadliest in Turkish history, It happened during a peace rally Saturday in the capital of Ankara.Police believed two suicide bombers detonated their weapons in the crowded area.At least 95 people were killed, hundreds of others were wounded, some critically. No one has claimed responsibility for the blast yet. They could deepen division in the uneasy Turkish society, the country has been dealing with a number of issues.European historical refugee crisis, the threat of international terrorism, other is tension between Turkey's different ethnic groups.Turk compose about 70-75% of their country's population, ethnic Kurd makes up just under 20%, other minorities around 10%. These attacks happened at the event designed to show unity among Turkey's ethnic groups. The country's Prime Minister said the blasts were in attack on that unity.
Next up, the war in Afghanistan is the longest conflict the U.S military has ever been involved in. It started under President George W. Bush on October 7th 2001, less than a month after the 911 terrorist attack on the U.S. Why Afghanistan? Its ruler said that time a group called The Taliban were giving the Al Qaeda terrorist group a safe place to operate. Al Qaeda was responsible for the attack on the U.S. During a campaign even in 2012, President Barack Obama said he set a timetable to bring all U.S. troops home from Afghanistan by 2014.but ten thousand American forces remain there today along with unique challenges for the U.S military and its commander in chief.
In many cases, the Afghan conflict become the forgotten U.S. war,President Obama declared the end of U.S. combat operation last year. Our combat mission in Afghanistan is over. U.S.forces especially air forces and special forces have been in action supporting Afghan forces.and the Afghan government really desperate for the U.S.forces to stay, that's one of the reasons why you have not heard much condemnation of the attack on the hospital from the Afghan government, so the current U.S..game is to end the war and get out by the time president Obama leaves the oval office in January 2017.Obama's options basic are keep the plan to leave a thousands troops just protecting the U.S. embassy in Kabul by the time he ends his presidency or to allow a large number of troops to stay in the country perhaps five or six thousands continue to train and assist the Afghan military as conducting counter-terrorism operation, this is not just a strategic decision for the president, it's very politically one, the central rush of his campaign in 2008 was to get U.S. troops home from a ... war. We can end this war in Iraq, but also end mindset that got us into war. He also said the Afghan war is the right war for U.S. to fight pledge to win it. We should be in Afghanistan going after Al Qaeda ,not in Iraq. It would be quite politically climb-down for the president to have decided to leave U.S. troops in Afghanistan and pass the war to his successor.

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[Homework]CNN 2015-10-14

CNN Student NewsFirst story takes us to the nation of Turkey,

Yesterday thousands of people gathered in Turkish cities nationwide to mourn the victims of a terrorist attack, it was the deadliest in Turkish history, It happened during a peace rally Saturday in the capital of Ankara.Police believed two suicide bombers detonated their weapons in the crowded area.At least 95 people were killed, hundreds of others were wounded, some critically.


No one has claimed responsibility for the blast yet. They could deepen division in the uneasy Turkish society, the country has been dealing with a number of issues.


European historical refugee crisis, the threat of international terrorism, other is tension between Turkey's different ethnic groups.Turk compose about 70-75% of their country's population, ethnic Kurd makes up just under 20%, other minorities around 10%.


These attacks happened at the event designed to show unity among Turkey's ethnic groups. The country's Prime Minister said the blasts were in attack on that unity.


Next up, the war in Afghanistan is the longest conflict the U.S military has ever been involved in. It started under President George W. Bush on October 7th 2001, less than a month after the 911 terrorist attack on the U.S.


Why Afghanistan? Its ruler said that time a group called The Taliban were giving the Al Qaeda terrorist group a safe place to operate. Al Qaeda was responsible for the attack on the U.S. During a campaign even in 2012, President Barack Obama said he set a timetable to bring all U.S. troops home from Afghanistan by 2014.but ten thousand American forces remain there today along with unique challenges for the U.S military and its commander in chief.

In many cases, the Afghan conflict become the forgotten U.S. war,



President Obama declared the end of U.S. combat operation last year.


Our combat mission in Afghanistan is over.


U.S.forces especially air forces and special forces have been in action supporting Afghan forces.and the Afghan government really desperate for the U.S.forces to stay, that's one of the reasons why you have not heard much condemnation of the attack on the hospital from the Afghan government,


so the current U.S and game is to end the war and get out by the time president Obama leaves the oval office in January 2017.Obama's options basic are keep the plan to leave a thousands troops just protecting the U.S. embassy in Kabul by the time he ends his presidency or to allow a large number of troops to stay in the country perhaps five or six thousands continue to train and assist the Afghan military as conducting counter-terrorism operation,


this is not just a strategic decision for the president, it's very politically one, the central rush of his campaign in 2008 was to get U.S. troops home from in tragical from wars.
We can end this war in Iraq, but also end mindset they got us into war.


He also said the Afghan war was the right war for U.S. to fight to be pledge to win it.


We should be in Afghanistan going after Al Qaeda ,not in Iraq. It would be quite politically climb-down for the president to have decided to leave U.S. troops in Afghanistan and pass the war onto in successor.

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