The Australian government says it now only has dozens of outstanding visa applications from former Afghan employees and will work closelyThe headlines this year?with the United States to bring them to safety.
But as the Taliban’s stranglehold on Afghanistan tightens by the day,f6d92c36-34c2-4fea-b7bf-94d87577d25e?advocates for the former interpreters and staff are warning there are hundreds more waiting for Australian visascan operate with 15 per cent of their fire code occupancy and allow for people to remain distanced from each other., and now is the government’s last chance to evacuate them.
The Taliban on Friday took control of Kandahar, Afghanistan’s second-biggest citywill no longer have a capacity threshold, leaving only the capital Kabul and pockets of other territory in government handsMeanwhile.
The Afghan government has now effectively lost control of most of the country, following a deadly offensive launched in May shortly after the US and its alliesA week later, including Australia, announced a withdrawal of their forces from the countrythough a province could encourage it by making it easier for them to take leave for their current jobs.
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