rugby-union-premiership-table,In what the White House dubbed Operation Allies Refuge, the interpreters and their families are likely to be taken first to US overseas military bases before resettlement in the United States or elsewhere.
Many fear retaliation by the Taliban, who are seeking to regain control of the government in Kabul after the departure of US troops before the end of August.,premier-league-football-games-today
basketball-olympics-team-2021,Some estimates say there are around 18,000 people who would qualify for evacuation and who, with their families, could take the total number of evacuees to as many as 100,000.
Fighters on motorcycles,lone-star-volleyball-association
australian-tennis-2020-results,The news came as the US military pushed forward with the final tasks of withdrawing from the country, and as the Islamist insurgents captured Spin Boldak, the border crossing on the main highway between Kandahar and Quetta, Pakistan, and continuing onward to Karachi.
srars,Afghanistan's interior ministry denied the insurgents had taken the area.
junior-soccer-pitch-dimensions,"The terrorist Taliban had some movements near the border area... The security forces have repelled the attack," interior ministry spokesman Tareq Arian told AFP.
basketball-games-today-point-spread,But social media was flooded with pictures of Taliban fighters relaxing in the frontier town, and residents told AFP it was in the Taliban's hands.
"I went to my shop this morning and saw that the Taliban are everywhere. They are in the bazaar, in police HQ and custom areas. I can also hear the sound of fighting nearby," said Raz Mohammad, a shopkeeper who works near the border.,robot-soccer-winner
how-to-hit-volleyball-smash,The border crossing provides direct access to Pakistan's Balochistan province -- where the insurgents' top leadership has been based for decades -- along with an unknown number of reserve fighters who regularly enter Afghanistan to help bolster their ranks.
northern-open-tennis,Hours after the crossing fell, an AFP reporter on the Pakistani side saw around 150 Taliban fighters riding on motorcycles, waving insurgent flags and demanding to be allowed to cross into Afghanistan.
underdog-basketball-nz,Bush blasts US withdrawal
Spin Boldak was the latest in a string of border crossings and dry ports seized by the insurgents in recent weeks as they look to choke off revenues much-needed by Kabul while also filling their own coffers.,horse-racing
rummy-in-telangana,In another sign Western governments were rapidly reassessing the situation, British Defence Secretary Ben Wallace said the United Kingdom was prepared to work with the Taliban if it enters into a power-sharing government.
"Whatever the government of the day is, provided it adheres to certain international norms, the UK government will engage with it," he told the Daily Telegraph.,lawn-tennis-association-player-search
free-online-poker-with-friends-private-table,"All peace processes require you to come to terms with the enemy. Sometimes, that's what it is."
On Tuesday the Pentagon pressed the leaders in Kabul to step up their fight against the Taliban.,handball-olympics-qualification
online-cricket-match-live-app,"They know what they need to do," Defense Department Press Secretary John Kirby told reporters. "Whatever the outcomes are, good or bad, it's going to come down to how leadership was exuded, how leadership was demonstrated," he said.
"That's really going to be the test here in the coming weeks and months.",basketball-ymca-schedule
volleyball-world-championship-2019-results,As the government's grip over the country appeared to further loosen, former US president George W. Bush -- who launched the US invasion 20 years ago after the September 11 attacks -- slammed Biden's decision to withdraw all troops.
mini-basketball-kmart,"I'm afraid Afghan women and girls are going to suffer unspeakable harm... They are going to be left behind to be slaughtered by these very brutal people and it breaks my heart," he told German broadcaster Deutsche Welle.
epl-result-today,Asked whether he thought the withdrawal was a mistake, Bush replied: "Yes, I think it is."
victoria-college-volleyball,Meanwhile nearly 350 Afghans fled into Tajikistan Wednesday from northern Afghanistan to escape attacks by the Taliban, the Tajik news agency Khova reported.
givemefootball-latest-transfer-news,It said the refugees, a majority of them girls, had "fled from the Taliban to save their lives," adding that two babies died during the border crossing.