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U.S. evacuates over 200 Afghans who helped the U.S. as fear of Taliban retaliation grows

Por: MarketWatch Business July 31, 2021

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Family members are accompanying the interpreters, translators and others on the flights out. The first evacuation flight, an airliner, carried 221 Afghans under the special visa program, including 57 children and 15 infants, according to an internal U.S. government document obtained by The Associated Press. It touched down in Dulles, Virginia, just outside Washington, D.C., after midnight, according to the FlightAware tracking service.... + full article



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