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Most people in the U.S. want to see Afghans who worked with Americans in the Afghanistan war offered refuge in the United States.
U.S. veterans, lawmakers and others say the relaunch of evacuation flights from Kabul has done little to soothe fears that the U.S. might abandon countless Afghan allies who risked their lives working alongside American troops.
Former U.S. Army Captain Matthew Zeller reacts to the Taliban's stunning battlefield advances across Afghanistan and the Biden administration's response.
With American troops withdrawing from Afghanistan, pressure is mounting for the Biden administration to evacuate Afghans who supported U.S. military operations during two decades of war.
President Biden has set a Sept. 11 deadline to remove all troops from Afghanistan.
Interpreters and other Afghan civilians who served the U.S. and NATO fear Taliban reprisals with the looming withdrawal of troops from their country after two decades of war.