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Conflict in Afghanistan

Conflict in Afghanistan

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Published by Aamir Hussain

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Published by: Aamir Hussain on May 30, 2010
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Conflict In Afghanistan
By,Steven Lu, Patrick Situ, ChrisSlack, And Stephanie Reif 
Afghanistan's people were being poorly treated.
It was the end of the Cold War and Afghanistan neededhelp more than before.
The United States stopped funding and support toAfghanistan after the Cold War.
Afghanistan felt betrayed since the United States wasnot helping them anymore.
Afghanistan signed a treaty with the Soviet Union,which gave Afghanistan funding and support.
The alliance with Afghanistan and the Soviet Union wasnot going smoothly.
The Soviet Union was unhappy and began an invasion.
Reasons For The Conflict of 1979
What Actually Happened During the1979 Conflict
 The Soviet invasion of Afghanistan was a 10-year warfought between the Soviet RedArmy, Afghan, and foreignfighters in Afghanistan. The'shooting' war is generally heldto have started December 24,1979. Soviet troops ultimatelywithdrew from the areabetween May 15, 1988 andFebruary 2, 1989. The SovietUnion officially announced thatall of its troops had leftAfghanistan on February 15.

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