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Qatar reaches deal with Taliban to resume evacuations

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Qatar has reached a deal with the Taliban to resume chartered evacuations out of Kabul's airport. The agreement will allow the U.S. and other countries to evacuate thousands more of their own citizens and at-risk Afghans. The news comes days after Qatar, Turkey and the Taliban announced they had agreed on "several key issues" regarding the management and operation of Hamid Karzai International Airport.
10 months ago·Afghanistan

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Qatar reaches deal with Taliban to resume evacuations

- Qatar has reached an agreement with the Taliban to resume chartered evacuations out of Kabul airport, the Axios news website reported on Tuesday citing an interview with Qatari Foreign Minister Sheikh Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Thani. The agreement was for two flights per week, chartered by Qatar Airways, and would allow the United States and other countries to evacuate thousands

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10 months ago·Tel Aviv- Yafo, Israel
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Qatar reaches agreement with Taliban to resume charter evacuations from Kabul airport

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