How many people were killed by the US and the Taliban at the end of the 20-year war in Afghanistan? Details come out. The longest 20-year war in US history has ended with the departure of the last US soldier to Afghanistan. Everyone wants to know that how many people were killed by the US and the Taliban at the end of the 20-year war in Afghanistan? Details come out.
How many people were killed by the US and the Taliban at the end of the 20-year war in Afghanistan? Details come out:
The Taliban and the Afghan people, including the United States and its allies, have suffered heavy casualties in this war.
According to the foreign news agency, 800,000 US troops were stationed in Afghanistan in different periods during the 20-year war.
The war killed 2,461 US troops and wounded more than 20,000.
In addition, 3,846 American contractors fell victim to the war.
One thousand 144 NATO soldiers were killed in this war.
The Afghan war killed 444 aid workers and 72 journalists.
According to the news agency, 66,000 Afghan armies and police personnel were killed in the fighting.
47,245 Afghan civilians were killed in the 20-year war.
The Taliban, who fought against the United States and recaptured Afghanistan after the US withdrawal, killed 51,191 people.
On September 9, 2001, terrorists attacked the then World Trade Center, the tallest building in the United States, with passenger planes, causing the skyscraper to collapse. Three thousand Americans were killed in the attack.
The then US President George W. Bush had demanded the extradition of those responsible for the attack, but the Taliban rejected the US demand, after which the US and its allies invaded Afghanistan on October 7, 2001.