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Taliban strengthens control of Afghan capital with thousands left behind

Thousands of people are leaving the Kabul airport on Tuesday as the Taliban strengthened control of the capital and the political leaders of the movement returned home, although the Kabul airport was open for military and civilian flights. Asylum who said that access was almost impossible for Afghanistan.

Military flight resumed as additional troops were dispatched to secure the boundaries of US-controlled airports. Two days of confusion there As Westerners and Afghans Competing to escape the country..

However, thousands of Afghans employed by Western embassies and non-governmental organizations in Kabul remained stuck and unable to reach the airport due to evacuation flights. Checkpoints built by the Taliban At the entrance to the airport, he whipped and beat Afghans trying to cross.

As a result, some evacuation flights remained almost empty. On Tuesday, the German A400M Airbus, which can accommodate well over 100 passengers, took off with only seven passengers.

Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, head of the Taliban’s political office, Return to Afghanistan From asylum in Qatar on Tuesday as the Taliban claimed Domination of the capital of Afghanistan.. Many stores have reopened and traffic police have returned to their posts.

Taliban strengthens control of Afghan capital with thousands left behind

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