Tens of Thousands Evacuated⁠—And Many Thousands More To Go : The NPR Politics Podcast The U.S. has only a few more days to evacuate as many as 1,500 Americans and many thousands of Afghans before the Tuesday deadline set in negotiations with the Taliban. Staying longer, U.S. officials say, risks violence. Now, attention has begun to turn to what comes next: how and where to resettle the scores who have fled.

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Tens of Thousands Evacuated⁠—And Many Thousands More To Go

Tens of Thousands Evacuated⁠—And Many Thousands More To Go

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The U.S. has only a few more days to evacuate as many as 1,500 Americans and many thousands of Afghans before the Tuesday deadline set in negotiations with the Taliban. Staying longer, U.S. officials say, risks violence. Now, attention has begun to turn to what comes next: how and where to resettle the scores who have fled.

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