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'President Biden asserted to the press for months, at times angrily, that Kabul was not Saigon. Based on what I witnessed, he was right. It was worse' @JaneFerguson5 

Kabul police chief Mawlawi Zubair Mutmaeen used to run Taliban suicide-bombing squads. He and his officers are finding police work more stressful than jihad.

Taliban tells Kabul’s female city government employees not to come to work

Neamatullah Barakzai, the Taliban's head of public awareness for the Kabul municipality, said many female city employees were told not to come to their jobs while officials prepare a new plan to allow women to work in government offices.

'Each day and each moment after that attack, we are constantly feeling pain when we think of those elder or a minor who was killed' - Kabul drone strike victim’s brother

"Inside the [Kabul] airport, Afghan Special Forces fired their weapons into the air to keep people off the runway. Outside, Taliban fighters shot over the crowds to keep them back from the British gate" @JaneFerguson5 

Taliban fighters assaulted at least three journalists covering a women’s protest opposing the group and demanding “work, bread, and education” in Kabul.

This is how the Taliban treat journalists trying to cover a small protest of women in the middle of the city of Kabul (in broad daylight)

Great piece by @SaeedShah ⁩ “Mawlawi Zubair Mut­maeen used to run Tal­iban sui­cide-bomb­ing squads in Kabul…In his new role as po­lice chief for one of the Afghan cap­i­tal’s dis­tricts, he was busy me­di­at­ing a mar­i­tal dis­pute.”


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The final act of the U.S. war in Afghanistan was a drone strike in Kabul that killed 10 people. Our latest investigation shows how a man the military saw as an "imminent threat" and "ISIS facilitator" was actually an aid worker returning to his family:

Flag-draped transfer cases line the inside of a C-17 Globemaster II Aug. 29, 2021, prior to a dignified transfer at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware. The fallen service members died while supporting non-combat operations in Kabul. Gone, but never forgotten.

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I'm hopelessly stuck in Kabul with my wife and child. Like myself, hundreds of other journalists are also stuck here. I have an 11—months old daughter. Please pray for her safety.

Latest pictures from Kabul Airport. People are on their own now while the world watches in silence. Only sane advise to Afghan people…RUN

Walking around kabul. Hard stares. Mood changing. People not just sad, but angry, blaming the US for abandoning the country to war, chaos, and the Taliban

The last American soldier to leave Afghanistan: Maj. Gen. Chris Donahue, commanding general of the @82ndABNDiv , @18airbornecorps  boards an @usairforce  C-17 on August 30th, 2021, ending the U.S. mission in Kabul.

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Shana Chappell, mother of Marine and American hero Kareem Nikoui killed in Kabul, has had her FB and Instagram accounts suspended for posts she made about her son.

Another Saigon moment: chaotic scenes at Kabul International Airport. No security. None.

Women protesting against the Taliban in Kabul, asking for political and social rights. What extraordinary bravery looks like.

Inside a US transport taking off from Kabul. Extraordinary.

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