U.S. Says 1,500 Americans in Afghanistan as Withdrawal Deadline Nears


The State Department is frantically trying to track down U.S. citizens. Tens of thousands of Afghan allies will all but certainly be left behind. Online-PR: … unsere digitale Pressearbeit im Internet hilft weiter…

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Turmoil Was Brewing at Time’s Up Long Before Cuomo


The prominent anti-harassment charity, criticized for its relationship with the former New York governor, is facing an identity crisis over its ties to those in power.

First Resistance to Taliban Rule Tests Afghanistan’s Uncertain Future


While the militants appear firmly in control, some prominent figures vowed to continue resistance as protests erupted in two cities and millions of Afghans parsed clues about the Taliban’s intentions.

Desperate Afghan Women Wait for U.S. Protection, as Promised

Afghan women who worked with the U.S. or international groups are frantically erasing any trace of those links for fear that they will be targeted by the Taliban.