ON AFGHANISTAN, ON MIGRATION | Numbers behind Afghanistan evacuation come into focus

June 7, 2022

Which Afghans actually managed to get on the planes after the fall of Kabul? … [Of the ~76,000 evacuated in August] 30,000 of these people … are associated with the CIA … 36,000 Afghan evacuees, or about 40 percent of those rescued, could not claim any direct U.S. government service but managed to get on the planes anyway …

Source: Numbers behind Afghanistan evacuation come into focus, Analysis by , Washington Post, May 30, 2022

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