Politics U.S. will evacuate some threatened Afghan visa applicants
The United States this month will begin evacuating from Afghanistan special immigration visa applicants whose lives are at risk because they worked for the U.S. government as translators and in other roles, White House Press Secretary Jen Psaki said on Wednesday.
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