TrumpÔÇÖs relationship with Russia has been the source of much scandal and frustration with US allies
Russia Offered Bounties To Talibans For Executing US Soldiers

Recent reports claim that Russian military intelligence had set bounty on soldiers to Taliban associated militants, including the ones from the US. The news triggered a fierce response from top Democrats in the US parliament where fingers were raised on Trump's overly close relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin. US has pulled out it's troops from the country as per the initial peace deal.

Sun, 28 Jun 2020 - 06:16 AM / by Atishay Jain

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