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CARL AZUZ, CNN 10 ANCHOR: A major decision concerning U.S. military forces in Afghanistan, that's our first topic today on CNN 10. I'm Carl Azuz.

CNN10分钟新闻主持人卡尔·阿祖兹:驻阿富汗美军的一项重大决定,是今天CNN 10分钟新闻的首个话题。我是卡尔·阿祖兹。

Thank you for watching. On Wednesday, U.S. President Joe Biden announced that American combat troops would leave Afghanistan by September 11th of this year. That will be the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks on the U.S. which were carried out by a group that was allowed to live and train in Afghanistan. That's why in 2001. the U.S. led an international alliance of countries to knock Afghanistan's former rulers out of power. Afghanistan's first democratically elected leader took office in 2004 but instability remained and the conflict in Afghanistan became the longest running war America has been involved in.

谢谢大家收听。周三,美国总统乔·拜登宣布,美国作战部队将在今年9月11日前撤离阿富汗。那一天是“9·11”恐怖袭击20周年,9·11袭击是一个被允许在阿富汗生活和训练的组织在美国发动的袭击。这就是美国在2001年领导国际联盟推翻阿富汗前统治者的原因。阿富汗第一位民选领导人于2004年就职,但局势仍不稳定,阿富汗冲突成为美国参与的持续时间最长的战争。

President Biden says it's time to end it and bring U.S. troops home and as of this January, there were 2.500 American service members in Afghanistan according to the Defense Department. And while the Biden Administration says they'll be withdrawn by September, some U.S. troops will remain in the country to protect American interests. Officials didn't say how many. The decision to remove the others is both complicated and controversial. For one thing, the Taliban, Afghanistan's former rulers who harbored terrorists. They're still a powerful force in the country. The U.S. Intelligence community doesn't think a peace deal is likely between the Taliban and the Afghan government and if American troops leave some military officials are concerned that the government will collapse.

拜登总统表示,现在是结束这种局面并将美军带回家的时候了,据美国国防部统计,截至今年1月,美国在阿富汗的驻军人数为2500人。尽管拜登政府表示,他们将在9月前撤离,但届时仍会有部分美军继续留在阿富汗,以保护美国的利益。官员没有透露具体留守人数。撤离其余美军的决定既复杂又存在争议。首先,阿富汗前统治者塔利班窝藏恐怖分子。他们仍是阿富汗的一股强大力量。美国情报部门认为,塔利班和阿富汗政府之间不可能达成和平协议,如果美军撤离,一些军事官员担心阿富汗政府会垮台。

That could threaten security, democracy and women's rights in Afghanistan. Like former President Barack Obama and former President Donald Trump, President Biden promised to end American involvement in Afghanistan. In Congress, there's bipartisan support for doing this with advocates saying it would be a historic achievement. There's also bipartisan opposition with critics saying it will result in an Afghan civil war. A member of the Biden Administration who's been involved in the decision says it's not based on conditions in Afghanistan. President Biden reportedly thinks conditions there could keep American troops in the country indefinitely. Analysts say he wants to focus more on foreign policy concerning China and Russia.

这可能会威胁阿富汗的安全、民主和女性权利。与前总统巴拉克·奥巴马和唐纳德·特朗普一样,拜登总统承诺结束美国对阿富汗的介入。国会两党对此表示支持,拥护者称这将是一项历史性成就。但两党中也有反对意见,批评人士认为,这将导致阿富汗内战。参与这项决定的一名拜登政府成员表示,这不是基于阿富汗情况做出的决定。据报道,拜登总统认为,该国的情况可能会导致美军无限期驻守。分析人士表示,拜登希望更多地关注涉及中国和俄罗斯的外交政策。

CARL AZUZ, CNN 10 ANCHOR: A major decision concerning U.S. military forces in Afghanistan, that's our first topic today on CNN 10. I'm Carl Azuz.

Thank you for watching. On Wednesday, U.S. President Joe Biden announced that American combat troops would leave Afghanistan by September 11th of this year. That will be the 20th anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks on the U.S. which were carried out by a group that was allowed to live and train in Afghanistan. That's why in 2001. the U.S. led an international alliance of countries to knock Afghanistan's former rulers out of power. Afghanistan's first democratically elected leader took office in 2004 but instability remained and the conflict in Afghanistan became the longest running war America has been involved in.

President Biden says it's time to end it and bring U.S. troops home and as of this January, there were 2.500 American service members in Afghanistan according to the Defense Department. And while the Biden Administration says they'll be withdrawn by September, some U.S. troops will remain in the country to protect American interests. Officials didn't say how many. The decision to remove the others is both complicated and controversial. For one thing, the Taliban, Afghanistan's former rulers who harbored terrorists. They're still a powerful force in the country. The U.S. Intelligence community doesn't think a peace deal is likely between the Taliban and the Afghan government and if American troops leave some military officials are concerned that the government will collapse.

That could threaten security, democracy and women's rights in Afghanistan. Like former President Barack Obama and former President Donald Trump, President Biden promised to end American involvement in Afghanistan. In Congress, there's bipartisan support for doing this with advocates saying it would be a historic achievement. There's also bipartisan opposition with critics saying it will result in an Afghan civil war. A member of the Biden Administration who's been involved in the decision says it's not based on conditions in Afghanistan. President Biden reportedly thinks conditions there could keep American troops in the country indefinitely. Analysts say he wants to focus more on foreign policy concerning China and Russia.


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