About 2,500 Afghans who worked for the US government and their families will be housed at a military base in Virginia pending approval of their visas. Photo: AP About 2,500 Afghans who worked for the US government and their families will be housed at a military base in Virginia pending approval of their visas. Photo: AP
About 2,500 Afghans who worked for the US government and their families will be housed at a military base in Virginia pending approval of their visas. Photo: AP

Afghans who helped US will be evacuated to Virginia military base

  • Members of Congress have expressed alarm about the fate of Afghans who worked for the US over the past 20 years
  • About 2,500 Afghans and their families will be temporarily housed at Fort Lee, a military base in Virginia, starting next week

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About 2,500 Afghans who worked for the US government and their families will be housed at a military base in Virginia pending approval of their visas. Photo: AP About 2,500 Afghans who worked for the US government and their families will be housed at a military base in Virginia pending approval of their visas. Photo: AP
About 2,500 Afghans who worked for the US government and their families will be housed at a military base in Virginia pending approval of their visas. Photo: AP
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