A NATO spokesman told Reuters that more than 18,000 people had been evacuated from Afghanistan through Kabul airport in the past five days.
According to NATO, desperate people are still trying to get out of Afghanistan via the airport.
Washington Post Thousands of people are reported to be trying to board the planes despite the danger of Taliban soldiers being punished on their way to the airport.
The first Norwegian plane is expected to land in Norway Friday morning.
This is happening while the Taliban, according to a recent United Nations report, is ramping up the search for people who worked with NATO or the country’s previous government.
The hardline Islamist group has stated that it will not retaliate against people who opposed the Taliban, but the UN report claims that is exactly what is happening.
– There are a large number of people who are currently being hunted by the Taliban. Christian Nellmann says the threat is crystal clear BBC.
According to the report, the Taliban are going door to door, at the same time the group is setting up roadblocks and threatening to arrest or kill family members of people who have cooperated with the United States and NATO.
Nellmann led work on the drafting of a report for the Norwegian Center for Global Analytics RHIPTO.
He warns of the possibility of mass executions under the supervision of the Taliban.
according to The New York Times Tens of thousands of Afghans – who helped the United States and NATO or were in the Afghan army – are on the run. They are hiding from the Taliban.
There is no way out, says a soldier with his first name Fred in a text message to an American soldier who fought with him. He asks The Times not to reveal the surname.
Farid is now hiding in the mountains of eastern Afghanistan, after his comrades surrender.
Amnesty grumbles about the Taliban Nine men were killed Hazara people after the group took control of Ghazni province in July. These killings may be just a small part of the violence the Taliban were behind.
“The brutal brutality of these killings is a reminder of past Taliban abuses, and a terrible indication of what the new Taliban regime can achieve,” Amnesty International Secretary General Agnes Callamard said, according to NTB.
According to Amnesty International, the Taliban cut off telephone signals in many of the areas they occupied, to prevent photos and videos from spreading around the world.
At the same time, US officials told Reuters that their intelligence indicates that the Taliban possess more than 2,000 US military vehicles, between 30 and 40 aircraft and countless small arms.
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