Escape from Afghanistan

Did the West do enough to help those at risk out of Afghanistan?

Escape from Afghanistan An inside look back into the panic of those left behind in Kabul as the Taliban took over, and the struggle to get out before it was too late. An Afghan interpreter who worked with Australian troops in Kabul says he was lashed by the Taliban as he desperately tried to flee the country with his young children, while even Afghans who worked as barbers for Western forces are now at risk of being targeted for their part in the erstwhile occupation of the country.

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