President Joe Biden crumbled on Thursday night as he took questions from reporters about the suicide bomb attacks
A group of American war veterans in Kabul are secretly saving hundreds of Afghan Special Forces troops and their families who helped them in the war but have now been left for dead as the US withdraws from Afghanistan.
The group of special op soldiers includes retired Green Berets and SEAL Team commanders who launched the mission, which they are calling Pineapple Express, after one of the Afghan commandos they served with contacted them to say he was on the run from the Taliban. His visa had not been approved when the Taliban took over on August 14 and thousands ran for the airport.
A group of volunteer Afghanistan veterans smuggled into Kabul this week to save hundreds of Afghan Special Forces troops and their families by getting them to the airport to be put on flights out of the city. The men made their own way into Kabul after watching the bungled evacuation from afar. The ad-hoc group have been able to get more than 600 vulnerable Afghans to the airport to be put on flights
This is the aftermath of Thursday’s attack outside Kabul airport. 170 people were killed in the bomb attack and more are imminent, American generals warned
Clothes and blood stains of Afghan people who were waiting to be evacuated are seen at the site of the August 26 suicide bomb