Biden Administration Officials Head Abroad After U.S. Afghan Pullout

Top U.S. officials are headed to the Middle East as the Biden administration grapples for ways to continue getting American citizens and Afghan partners out of the country now that all U.S. forces have left, while looking toward future relations with the Taliban-controlled government.

Up to 200 American citizens and thousands of Afghans who worked for U.S. forces over the past 20 years remained in the country when the last American troops left last week following an emergency evacuation that was marked by disarray and confusion after the U.S.-backed Afghan government collapsed.


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