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General view of the tarmac inside the Bagram Airfield after all U.S. and NATO troops withdrew on July 5, 2021. Reports say the Chinese Communist Party is looking to plant roots in Bagram by way of a ruling Taliban government.
Beijing Looking to Occupy Bagram Airfield via Ruling Taliban: Report
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) is looking to deploy personnel and set up a supply route in the formerly U.S.-controlled Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan under the blessings of an established Taliban government, according to a...
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US Offers $5 Million Bounty For Wanted Chinese Fentanyl Trafficker
A Chinese fentanyl trafficker who was the leader of a transnational drug trafficking group illegally trafficked fentanyl, causing four deaths and five injuries in the United States.  On Aug. 30, the U.S. State Department offered...
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Thousands of US Visa Applicants Stranded While Undocumented Afghans Boarded Flights to America, Official Says
The majority of Afghan interpreters and other staff who applied for residency in the U.S. after working with American forces in-country have been left in Afghanistan despite the risk of retribution they face under Taliban...
U.S. President Joe Biden hosts Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani in the Oval Office at the White House June 25, 2021 in Washington, D.C. A leaked transcript of a call between Biden and Ghani from July 23 showed the Biden administration was aware that Afghanistan was under a full-scale invasion by the Taliban. Biden told Ghani he was concerned about “perception.”
Afghan Pres. Told US ‘Full-scale Invasion’ Underway in July, Biden Worried About ‘Perception’: Leaked Transcript
A partial transcript of a 14-minute call between former Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani and U.S. President Joe Biden on July 23 revealed that Ghani made the United States fully aware that his country was facing...
The United States and allies urged Afghans to leave Kabul airport, citing the threat of terrorist attacks.
American Vets Defy Orders From Washington and Rescue Afghan Allies
A few days before the U.S. fully pulled out from Afghanistan, a group of volunteer American veterans carried out operations to help hundreds of Afghan elite forces and their family members escape the country. The...
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Clock Running Out on Evacuations from Afghanistan: Japan Struggles to Airlift Nationals, Brings Afghans to Islamabad at US Request
As the clock runs out in Afghanistan, Japan’s Self-Defense Force planes are waiting nearby in a secure location pending any developments. Japan has a list of at least 500 citizens awaiting extraction, according to diplomatic...
Afghans (L) crowd at the airport as U.S. soldiers stand guard in Kabul on August 16, 2021. Washington Post, relying on anonymous officials from both the U.S. and fallen Afghanistan governments, revealed the Biden administration declined an offer from the Taliban to secure Kabul after Afghan President Ashraf Ghani fled the country.
US Declined Taliban Offer to Control Kabul Until Aug. 31 Troop Withdrawal
The United States was offered by the Taliban to secure Kabul the day former Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani deserted his post and fled the country, but declined saying it was committed to its plans to...
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US Strikes ISIS-K Target After Kabul Airport Blast, Biden Warns of More Attacks
The U.S. has conducted a drone strike east of Afghanistan, targeting the terror outfit ISIS-K. The strike follows ISIS-K’s suicide bomber attack at the Kabul airport on Aug. 26. The airport is the sole international...
The United States and allies urged Afghans to leave Kabul airport, citing the threat of terrorist attacks.
US Embassy Issues Second Security Alert, Afghanistan Evacuation Enters Final Stage
On Aug. 27, the U.S. Embassy in Afghanistan issued a second alert to Americans, warning them not to approach the Kabul airport and avoid the gates that lead to it, citing “security threats.” A similar...