200 Non-Afghans To Leave Kabul In First Airlift Since US Retreat: Report.

200 Non-Afghans To Leave Kabul In First Airlift Since US Retreat: Report

About 200 non-Afghans are to fly out of Kabul in first airlift since the US withdrawal (File)

Doha:

About 200 non-Afghans including American citizens are to fly out of Kabul in the first airlift since the US withdrawal and Taliban takeover, a source in Doha said Thursday.

"Not all 200 are US citizens. There are American citizens amongst the group departing Kabul to Doha," said the source, who was briefed on the operation.

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