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U.S. State Dept., Pentagon are Concealing Data on Afghanistan Withdrawal


An American government watchdog has said that the U.S. State Department and Pentagon are suppressing information that Congress and the public need to understand about the U.S. military withdrawal in Afghanistan. “The full picture of what happened in August – and all the warning signs that could have predicted the outcome – will only be revealed if the information that the departments of Defense and State have already restricted from public release is made available,” John Sopko, the special inspector general for Afghanistan reconstruction (SIGAR), said in a statement on Friday. A State Department spokesperson admitted the department had requested…

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