Former Afghan interpreters, who worked with US troops in Afghanistan, demonstrate in front of the US embassy in Kabul on June 25. Photo: Reuters Former Afghan interpreters, who worked with US troops in Afghanistan, demonstrate in front of the US embassy in Kabul on June 25. Photo: Reuters
Former Afghan interpreters, who worked with US troops in Afghanistan, demonstrate in front of the US embassy in Kabul on June 25. Photo: Reuters

US offers refuge to more Afghans who aided Americans in new programme

  • The ‘Priority Two’ refugee programme covers Afghans who worked for US-funded projects and for US-based non-government bodies and media outlets
  • Joe Biden has faced pressure to help Afghans at risk of Taliban retaliation because of their association with the US during the 20-year war

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Former Afghan interpreters, who worked with US troops in Afghanistan, demonstrate in front of the US embassy in Kabul on June 25. Photo: Reuters Former Afghan interpreters, who worked with US troops in Afghanistan, demonstrate in front of the US embassy in Kabul on June 25. Photo: Reuters
Former Afghan interpreters, who worked with US troops in Afghanistan, demonstrate in front of the US embassy in Kabul on June 25. Photo: Reuters
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