The Afghan Interpreters Turkey Left Behind
By Agnieszka Pikulicka-Wilczewska
Two months after the Taliban takeover became a reality, interpreters who worked for Turkish forces are still in Afghanistan with no clear exit plan.
‘Welcome Home’: Evacuation Flight Brings 200 Afghans to US
By Ellen Knickmeyer and Matthew Lee
Subsequent flights are due to bring more of the roughly 700 applicants who are farthest along in the process of getting visas.
Australia Struggles With Moral Obligation to Aid Afghan Partners
By Joshua Mcdonald
Afghan interpreters plead for support from the Australian government as the threat from the Taliban increases.
Afghans Who Helped the US Now Fear Being Left Behind
By Rahim Faiez and Ben Fox
As Washington reviews the special immigrant visa process, Afghan interpreters who worked with the U.S. military grow increasingly worried that time is running out.
As Violence Soars, Time Runs out for Afghan Interpreters
By Associated Press
19,000 Afghan interpreters are still waiting for the State Department to decide their fate.