U.S. Rules Out Releasing Billions in Afghan Funds After Strike


The Biden administration has determined it received’t launch any of the roughly $7 billion in foreign assets held by Afghanistan’s central financial institution on U.S. soil and has suspended talks with the Taliban over the funds after the killing of al Qaeda’s chief in Kabul, in response to U.S. officers.

The choice reverses early indications of progress in talks between the U.S. and the Taliban and offers a blow to hopes of an economic recovery in Afghanistan as hundreds of thousands face hunger a 12 months into the group’s rule. The U.S. drone strike that killed al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri late final month uncovered deep rifts inside the motion and fanned considerations within the West about a resurgence of global terrorism emanating from Afghanistan.


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