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One year after the fall of Afghanistan to the Taliban and the haphazard western withdrawal, some Afghans are still waiting for their visas to the US in the unlikeliest of places.
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Afghan girl from famous cover portrait is evacuated to Italy
National Geographic magazine’s famed green-eyed “Afghan Girl” has arrived in Italy as part of the West’s evacuation of Afghans following the Taliban takeover of the country, the Italian government said.
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Euronews' Anelise Borges recounts a tumultuous few weeks in Afghanistan after the Taliban swept back into power.
Tourists return to the azure waters of Afghanistan's 'Grand Canyon'
Seven weeks after the Taliban seized power, tourism is returning to the so-called Grand Canyon of Afghanistan.
$12.3 million 'found stashed' at former Afghan leaders' homes
"The money found came from senior leaders of the previous government, such as Amrullah Saleh" according to the statement of the Afghan Central Bank.
Bereaved Afghan denounces 'big mistake' after US strike kills daughter
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Days after leaving Afghanistan, US marks 20th anniversary of 9/11
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Afghans tell Euronews how the 9/11 attacks shaped their lives
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Biden hails 'extraordinary success' of Kabul evacuation amid criticism
Speaking from the White House, President Joe Biden defended the US pullout from Afghanistan as he faced criticism for his handling of the final evacuation.
Tony Blair: Afghanistan withdrawal is 'tragic and unnecessary'
"The abandonment of Afghanistan and its people is tragic, dangerous, unnecessary, not in their interests and not in ours," former UK PM Tony Blair wrote.
People in London protest to show solidarity with the people of Afghanistan
People gather in central London to protest the takeover of Afghanistan by the Taliban and to show solidarity with Afghans.
Analysis: How has Biden's handling of Afghanistan gone down in the US?
To get an idea of how Biden's words and actions have gone down in the US, Euronews spoke to its stateside reporter Ray Suarez.
Troops fire in air to control crowds at Kabul airport
Afghan soldiers fired in the air and pushed crowds gathered at the entrance of Kabul airport away as desperate Afghans tried to leave the country in the wake of last week's stunning Taliban takeover.
Afghans fleeing Taliban rule flock to Pakistan border
Afghans fearing for their lives under Taliban rule continue to look for ways out of their home country. Many cross the border into Pakistan while anxious traders at the checkpoint worry about insecurity
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