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By Gabrielle Hays, Roby Chavez
Coalitions of nonprofit partners, local businesses and interfaith organizations say challenges remain.
By Frances Kai-Hwa Wang, Cresencio Rodriguez-Delgado, Adam Kemp
Since the Taliban regained control of Afghanistan in August, the United States has evacuated more than 75,000 Afghans through Operation Allies Welcome. Roughly 23,000 evacuees remain on six military bases across the U.S., but more than 50,000 have been placed…
By Amna Nawaz, Ebony Joseph
The Department of Homeland Security and refugee resettlement agencies say they hope to have the Afghans off the bases and into American communities by Feb. 15.
By Ben Fox, Associated Press
Secretary of State Antony Blinken and his Qatari counterpart say Qatar will serve as the "protecting power" for the United States in Taliban-run Afghanistan. Qatar will handle consular services for American citizens.
By Matthew Lee, Associated Press
By Nick Schifrin, Dan Sagalyn
Last Sunday, President Joe Biden witnessed the repatriation of American service members killed in Afghanistan. As it has for the last 20 years, Delaware's Dover Air Force Base hosted dignified transfers. The solemn, quiet rituals are led by Dover’s chaplains…
Washington Post columnists Jonathan Capehart and Michael Gerson join Judy Woodruff to discuss the week in politics, including Texas' restrictive new abortion law, the latest jobs report and how the president is facing the Afghanistan exit blowback.
By Frances Kai-Hwa Wang
Many Vietnamese, Lao, Hmong, and Cambodian Americans see their own families’ journeys to America in the voyage Afghans are making now.
By Associated Press
Taliban forces sealed off Kabul’s airport Saturday to most Afghans hoping for evacuation and most NATO nations flew out their troops after two decades in Afghanistan, winding down a frantic airlift that Western leaders acknowledged was still leaving many of…
The U.N. refugee agency is gearing up for as many as half a million people or more to flee from Afghanistan in a “worst-case scenario” in the coming months.
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