Afghanistan airlift brought some to safety but many were left behind - DW News.

As US troops leave Afghanistan, it brings to an end a chaotic and dangerous evacuation effort. More than 100,000 Afghans were flown out to countries around the world to start new lives. But many more have been left behind, some in tragic circumstances.

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