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Afghanistan: US warns Americans to avoid Kabul airport amid Taliban hunt

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The US has cautioned Individuals in Afghanistan towards going near the Kabul airport within the capital.

The journey warning issued on Saturday by the US embassy raised the alarm of a safety menace.

Residents have been requested to attend for “particular person directions from a US authorities consultant”.

1000’s are attempting to flee because the Taliban reassumed energy. Civil authority was dethroned after years of a fierce combat with Afghan and worldwide forces.

President Joe Biden admitted he couldn’t predict the end result of one of many “most tough airlifts in historical past”.

A United Nations (UN) doc had revealed that the Taliban is looking individuals who assisted america and NATO forces.

The Norwegian Heart for International Analyses, a physique that gives intel to UN companies, mentioned the targets are international safety personnel and Afghans in army, police and intelligence models.

Afghan Air Drive pilots, translators and academics stay trapped in Afghanistan.

Those that had labored with the U.S. army mentioned they’d be killed if the Taliban discovered them.

ABC Information obtained footage the place they cried out to worldwide human rights lawyer Kim Motley.

“Why have the American troopers forgotten about us after every thing we did? The sacrifices we did, why are they leaving us behind?” mentioned Abdul, who labored as an interpreter for the U.S.

“I don’t wish to be killed by the Taliban. They’ll minimize our heads off in the event that they discover my location. Please assist.”

Khalil, who had labored with U.S. particular forces, confirmed that the Taliban is attempting to uncover them.

“They informed me that wherever I ought to go, they’ll discover me and kill me. I ask the Individuals, ‘Please assist us.’”

A Taliban official informed Reuters that the chaos on the airport was not their fault. “The West might have had a greater plan to evacuate”, he mentioned.

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