Imperiled Afghans worry over long U.S. visa delays

Thousands of imperiled Afghans waiting for temporary admissions into the U.S. remain worry that the slow processing of their humanitarian visa applications leave them vulnerable to attacks by Taliban fighters who now run their homeland. (Nov. 19)

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Afghans Facing Hunger Crisis After Taliban Takeover

Aid agencies say more than half of Afghans are at risk of starvation. NBC News’ Richard Engel takes us to Herat, where the economy has crashed after the chaotic U.S. withdrawal. He also speaks with a father who says he sold his 8-year-old daughter into marriage to survive.» Subscribe to NBC News:
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Afghans Facing Hunger Crisis After Taliban Takeover

Afghans will starve to death this winter unless we act, says Norwegian Refugee Council Sec-Gen

Aid organisations have warned of a looming humanitarian catastrophe in Afghanistan, with around 60% of the population now facing acute hunger.


The UN is saying that the country’s economy is in freefall, after the Taliban seized power this summer.


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Qatar helps Afghans escape Taliban-controlled country

Qatar is helping evacuate Afghans and other people from the war-torn country following the Taliban’s swift takeover. This comes as Afghanistan is in the midst of what the United Nations calls a major humanitarian crisis. CBS News foreign correspondent Imtiaz Tyab joins CBSN to discuss the latest out of Afghanistan.

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Displaced Afghans say cold killed their newborns

Many Afghans displaced in recent fighting have yet to receive aid as winter sets in. A group of women near Kabul said the cold and dire conditions claimed the lives of several newborn babies.

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Tens of thousands of Afghans who worked with U.S. left to face Taliban

The U.S. military withdrawal from Afghanistan, which concluded with the sudden fall of Kabul and rushed evacuation of Americans and their allies, left tens of thousands of vulnerable Afghans behind. CBS News correspondent Imtiaz Tyab speaks with two Afghans who worked with U.S. troops and diplomatics, who now live in hiding in fear of the Taliban.

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UN: 50% of Afghans face extreme hunger | DW News

Severe hunger is gripping Afghanistan. With winter approaching, the situation could get even worse. The UN’s World Food Program says millions of people are facing starvation in the coming months.


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Afghans describe harrowing experiences trying to escape through Kabul | Digital Original

Afghans describe their attempts to escape the country through the Kabul airport and their lives after being stranded in Afghanistan.

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Canada can aid Afghans without supporting Taliban, Canadian minister says

Canada joined its G20 allies in pushing the Taliban in Afghanistan to allow humanitarian aid to better reach people who are suffering. International Development Minister Karina Gould discusses how Canada can provide aid to countries in need without supporting regimes in power.

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Afghans seeking travel papers crowd passport office

Crowds of Afghans flocked to the passport office in Kabul desperate to get travel documents

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