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By Nick Schifrin
Six European Union countries want the forced deportation of migrants back to Afghanistan to continue despite the government in Kabul suspending such “non-voluntary returns.”…
By Lorne Cook, Associated Press
The Taliban’s surge is threatening major urban centers across Afghanistan. Meanwhile, the sense of panic is growing as more Afghans were granted permission to resettle in the United States. Special correspondent Jane Ferguson joins John Yang with updates on this…
More than 200 Afghans eligible for special immigrant visas arrived in Virginia Friday. They are the first group of former interpreters — and their families — who worked with American soldiers on the ground. They're being evacuated by the Biden…
With less than 100 days before American troops are scheduled to leave for good, Afghanistan’s Vice President Amrullah Saleh sat down with NewsHour Weekend special correspondent Jane Ferguson to discuss the agreement, America’s legacy here, what he sees as major…
By Jane Ferguson, Emily Kassie
By Jane Ferguson, Amna Nawaz
The U.S. Department of Defense announced Friday that military-force levels in Afghanistan are now at 2,500 service personnel -- the goal President Trump had set. This is the lowest number of American troops since the U.S. first invaded the country…
In our news wrap Thursday, Attorney General William Barr criticized public discussion of the Roger Stone case. Barr said in an interview that statements and tweets about Justice Department business “make it impossible” for him to do his job. Also,…
In our news wrap Wednesday, the World Health Organization voiced hope that the outbreak of novel coronavirus may be slowing, as Beijing enforces public health measures. Also, Syrian government supporters attacked U.S. troops, who shot and killed one of the…
U.S. and Taliban representatives spent months negotiating peace and American withdrawal from Afghanistan. But after canceling meetings in the U.S., President Trump says the talks are dead. Why did they collapse, and what are the prospects for ending the country’s…
In the Afghan capital of Kabul, 16 people died in a car bomb Monday night. A compound housing mostly international workers was the target, and the Taliban claimed responsibility even as they participate in peace talks with the U.S. Why…
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