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‘Left to the devils’: How red tape and paperwork errors betrayed America’s Afghan allies
“I hope DynCorp’s error doesn't cost them their lives.”
‘Now is the time where you bend the rules’ — Inside a US Marine veteran’s fight to get his Afghan interpreter to safety
"Please, don’t leave them behind.”
Biden says ‘buck stops with me’ after blaming Afghan military for country’s downfall
“President Biden must do everything in his power to fix this."
An Afghan interpreter and his family are in grave danger and I can do nothing to help
I'm not Schindler.
An Afghan interpreter who became an American soldier has one final mission: Saving his family
“If the Taliban can’t find a guy who worked with U.S. forces, they will find his family and kill them. They’re in just as much danger as I am.”
The first 2,500 Afghans evacuated were the easiest to get out. What about the rest?
Time is running out.
US military to shelter 2,500 Afghans at Army base in Virginia
It's unclear when they'll arrive at Fort Lee.
Afghan interpreter who aided US troops may be condemned to die because of a paperwork error
'They do not know what kind of threat we're suffering.'
The Biden administration says it’ll start evacuating Afghan interpreters by the end of July [UPDATED]
The evacuation is being called “Operation Allies Refuge."
The US has mostly withdrawn from Afghanistan, and we still have no plan to save interpreters left behind
'Don't [leave] us behind'
The Biden administration is still grappling with how and where to evacuate Afghan interpreters
"We have not set a cap, we’ve also not set a floor."
America has less than 80 days to keep its promise to Afghan interpreters
'They should have started months ago.'
US to begin evacuating Afghan interpreters before troop withdrawal [Updated]
About 18,000 Afghans have applied for visas.