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Biden and Afghanistan: The Afghan interpreter who helped rescue the American president safely evacuated the country-BBC News

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Aman Khalili (third from right) and his family

An interpreter and his family who helped rescue the then U.S. senator Biden from the harsh rural areas of Afghanistan and his family safely evacuated the country.

In 2008, a blizzard caused a military helicopter carrying Biden and other U.S. congressmen to land in a snow-covered valley, facing the danger of being ambushed.

Aman Khalili, who was one of the Afghan employees of the US government at the time, drove the group of people to safety.

Since August last year, he has been seeking help to overcome visa problems and leave Afghanistan.

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