Kabul [Afghanistan] July 27(ANI): Afghans who worked for the US government over the last 20 years said they are concerned about "increasing threats" against their lives as the US is weeks away from completing military withdrawal from Afghanistan.
Washington [US] July 23 (ANI): US House of Representatives on Thursday passed a bill to allot eight thousand more Special Immigration Visas (SIVs) to interpreters, contractors, and other vulnerable Afghans who have worked with the US army in the war-torn country.
Kabul [Afghanistan], July 21 (ANI): The Biden administration on Monday said it would evacuate 2,500 Afghan visa seekers along with their families who worked for America during the war against the Taliban and would house them in a military base in Virginia till their visas get cleared.
Washington [US], July 15 (ANI): The United States is launching an operation to evacuate Afghans who helped US troops during the war in Afghanistan and are facing threats to their lives from the Taliban, the Biden administration announced on Wednesday.
Washington [US] July 10 (ANI): President Joe Biden on Thursday (local time) made it clear that rebuilding Afghanistan was not the responsibility of the US and urged Afghan leaders to gather together to drive the country towards a better future.
Kabul [Afghanistan] July 8 (ANI): US embassy in Kabul on Wednesday said the recent rise in violence by the Taliban violates the human rights of Afghans and is bringing hardship to the people of the country.
Washington [US], July 4 (ANI): Amid US troops withdrawal, thousands of Afghan translators and interpreters face threats from the Taliban as they assisted American troops for two decades during its war against terror in Afghanistan.
Washington [US], June 27 (ANI): As US President Joe Biden moves ahead with his plan to withdraw Afghans from Kabul who have assisted US military efforts in the country, lawmakers and advocates have raised several questions as the deadline for the plan draws near.
Washington [US], June 26 (ANI): Dozens of Afghan Americans stood in front of the White House to welcome Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani who on Friday (local time) met US President Joe Biden for the first face-to-face interaction ahead of the remaining US and NATO forces' withdrawal from Afghanistan by September 11.