Kabul. The US Army has returned from Afghanistan, but the Biden administration is still under questions about its citizens. In fact, the figures presented by all the groups engaged in the safe evacuation of American citizens from Afghanistan do not match the figures of the Biden administration. It is being claimed that thousands of American citizens are still trapped in Afghanistan, not 200.
Let us inform that the Biden administration had issued a list saying that about 200 people have been left in Afghanistan and a special plane will be sent to bring them. At the same time, groups engaged in rescuing American citizens say that many American citizens present in Afghanistan could not register for return and were completely closed from the US embassy. Apart from this, the Biden administration did not count all the green card holders among those who brought them back.
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Giving information, Howard Shane, a spokesman for a school in San Diego, said that he knows many families who are still in Afghanistan and want to come to America. These include many children and women who are very scared of Taliban fighters.
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Insurgent group claims to have killed 600 Taliban boys
A bloody war between the insurgent group and the Taliban continues in the Panjshir Valley, north of Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan. The insurgent group claims to have killed 600 Taliban men. Apart from this, about 1000 fighters have been captured. Some of them surrendered. According to Sputnik News, this claim was made by the spokesperson of the opposing faction, Faheem Dashti, through a tweet.
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