Vets Are Worried Their Afghan Allies Will Be Killed Before They Can Evacuate : The NPR Politics Podcast The U.S. is evacuating thousands of people a day from Kabul, prioritizing Americans and citizens of NATO allies. The Taliban insist that all troops must be out of the country by the end of the month. That has left Americans who were deployed to the country worried about the fate of their Afghan allies — particularly those outside of the capitol city.

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Vets Are Worried Their Afghan Allies Will Be Killed Before They Can Evacuate

Vets Are Worried Their Afghan Allies Will Be Killed Before They Can Evacuate

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The U.S. is evacuating thousands of people a day from Kabul, prioritizing Americans and citizens of NATO allies. The Taliban insist that all troops must be out of the country by the end of the month. That has left Americans who were deployed to the country worried about the fate of their Afghan allies — particularly those outside of the capitol city.

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