Al Zawahiri: America has taken a big step against terrorism. After the death of Osama bin Laden, the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks on America in 2011, Zawahiri has now killed al-Qaeda. The US killed Al Qaeda chief Ayman al-Zawahiri in an airstrike at 6:18 am on Sunday morning in a secret operation as part of the counter-terrorism operation in Afghanistan. US President Joe Biden has confirmed this news.
Jawahiri declared dead
Al-Zawahiri has been killed in a CIA drone strike in the Afghan capital, Kabul. The FBI has released the list of most wanted in which al-Zawahiri has been declared dead. Two days after news of al-Zawahiri’s death surfaced, the US president says the al-Qaeda leader “devised a path of murder and violence against American citizens.”
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Drone fired two missiles
The President said that justice has now been served and this terrorist leader is no more. Officials said Zawahiri was in the balcony of a secure house when the drone fired two missiles at him. Officials said that other family members were also present on the spot but they did not suffer any harm, only Zawahiri was killed. A bounty of US$25 million was placed on al-Zawahiri.
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Terrorist tracked down in Kabul city
US President Biden formally announces the operation from the White House, saying that he will never, ever again, allow Afghanistan to be a terrorist safe haven because he is killed and we are going to make sure that And nothing happen. The president said US intelligence officers tracked al-Zawahiri to a house in Kabul city where he was hiding with his family. The President approved the operation against Zawahiri last week and it was carried out on Sunday.
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