Evacuation Flights Resume In Kabul After Deadly Bombings

Kabul / Afghanistan – – Evacuation flights from Afghanistan have resumed with new urgency a day after two suicide bombings targeted the thousands of desperate people fleeing the Taliban takeover. The U.S. says further attempted attacks are expected ahead of the Tuesday deadline for foreign troops to leave, ending America’s longest war. Kabul residents said … More Evacuation Flights Resume In Kabul After Deadly Bombings

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At least 13 U.S. Troops Believed Killed In Kabul Blasts – Officials

Washington /U.S. – The count of U.S. troops believed to have been killed in Thursday’s Kabul blasts has increased to 13, according to U.S. official citing initial information that can change. Earlier a U.S. official told Reuters that at least 10 American military members were believed killed in the explosions at a gate Kabul airport … More At least 13 U.S. Troops Believed Killed In Kabul Blasts – Officials

U.S., Germany Advise Against Travel To Kabul Airport Amid Evacuation Chaos

Washington/U.S. – The United States and Germany on Saturday told their citizens in Afghanistan to avoid travelling to Kabul airport, citing security risks as thousands of desperate people gathered trying to flee almost a week after Taliban Islamist took control. The Taliban’s co – founder, Mullah Baradar, arrived in the Afghan capital for talks with … More U.S., Germany Advise Against Travel To Kabul Airport Amid Evacuation Chaos

NATO Maintains Diplomatic Presence In Kabul Despite Taliban Advances

NATO is maintaining its diplomatic presence in Kabul and helping to keep the city’s airport running, a NATO official told Reuters on Sunday as Taliban insurgents entered the Afgan capital . ‘NATO is constantly assessing developments in Afghanistan’, the official said, adding the security of the alliance’s personnel was paramount and NATO would continue to … More NATO Maintains Diplomatic Presence In Kabul Despite Taliban Advances