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Kabul closes civilian flights, 100,000 remain stranded

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While the last Italian flight touched the Fiumicino runway and all countries, with the exception of part of the United States, believed that the great exfiltration of civilians from Afghanistan had ended, there was still someone waiting in Kabul. The women who had worked with Westerners, locked up at home in the hope of not being found by the Taliban; translators, those who offered assistance to embassies and companies, NGO collaborators who tried to reach the Kabul airport, perhaps after a day’s journey from Herat; the artists, the sportswomen, the intellectuals, the journalists who hoped to end up on one of the lists of Western countries, and maybe they even succeeded, but then there …


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