Taliban to allow 200 Americans to leave Afghanistan

Summary by Ground News
As of last night, the charter jets full of Americans and at-risk Afghanis were still grounded. In the hours since then, however, something may have changed. Multiple outlets are reporting that the terrorist group has agreed to allow a couple of hundred people to depart the country.
9 months ago·Washington, United States

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Taliban Gives Permission for 200 American Civilians, Others to Leave Afghanistan

Taliban officials have reportedly agreed to allow 200 Americans, U.S. permanent residents and holders of other Western passports to depart Afghanistan.

9 months ago·Los Angeles, United States
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Times of India

Afghanistan Crisis News Updates: 200 passengers leave Kabul in first airlift since US pullout

Some 200 passengers, including US citizens, left Kabul airport on Thursday, on the first flight carrying foreigners out of the Afghan capital since a US-led evacuation ended on August 30. The flight to Doha comes as the Taliban continue their transition from insurgents to governing power, less than a month after they marched into Kabul and ousted former president Ashraf Ghani. Thursday afternoon's Qatar Airways flight took some 200 people from K…

9 months ago·Mumbai, India
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Reuters

Taliban to allow 200 Americans, other civilians to leave Afghanistan -U.S. official

- Taliban authorities have agreed to let 200 American civilians and third country nationals who remained in Afghanistan after the end of the U.S. evacuation operation to depart on charter flights from Kabul airport, a U.S. official said. The Taliban were pressed to allow the departures by U.S. Special Representative Zalmay Khalilzad, said the official, who spoke to Reuters on condition

9 months ago·United Kingdom
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The Guardian

Taliban to allow 200 foreigners to leave on charter flights

Departures will be among first international flights to take off from Kabul airport since end of US-led evacuationTwo hundred Americans and other foreigners who remain in Afghanistan were expected to depart the country on charter flights from Kabul on Thursday after the new Taliban government agreed to their evacuation.The departures will be among the first international flights to take off from Kabul airport since the end of the chaotic US-led …

9 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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News18 India

Taliban to Allow 200 Americans, Other Civilians to Leave Afghanistan -U.S. Official

Taliban authorities have agreed to let 200 American civilians and third country nationals who remained in Afghanistan after the end of the U.S. evacuation operation to depart on charter flights from Kabul airport, a U.S. official said.

9 months ago·India
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CBC News

Charter flight expected to leave Kabul as Taliban allows foreigners to leave

A large group of Americans and other foreigners who remain in Afghanistan are set to depart the war-ravaged country on charter flights from Kabul on Thursday after the new Taliban government agreed to their evacuation, a U.S. official said.

9 months ago·Canada
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