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DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III (L) and General Mark A. Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff Army, comment on the end of a 20-year military mission in Afghanistan at the Pentagon in Arlington, VA. Photo by Ken Cedeno/WNN on September 1 | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Relatives of a family killed in a US drone strike and other civilians gather next to a damaged vehicle in Kabul on August 30. The object of the strike was a suspected car bomb. Photo by Bashir Darvesh/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Major General Chris Donahue, commander of the US Army’s 82nd Airborne Division, XVIII Airborne Corps, boards a C-17 cargo plane at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul on August 30. He is the last US service member to depart Afghanistan. Photo by Jack Holt / US Central Command | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden pay respects during the honorable transfer of the remains of Navy Hospitalman Maxton W. Sowiak of Berlin Heights, Ohio, at Dover Air Force Base, Delaware, on Aug. 29. Sowiak was killed along with 12 other US service members in a suicide bombing outside Kabul airport on 26 August. Photo by Jason Minto/US Air Force | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

The flag-draped transfer case lines the inside of a C-17 Globemaster II on August 29, before the honorable transfer of soldiers’ remains to Dover. Photo by Jason Minto / US Air Force | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Protesters protest the treatment of women and girls in Afghanistan at Lafayette Park in front of the White House on August 29 in Washington, DC. Photo by Ken Sedeno/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Smoke rises at an explosion site near Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul on August 29. The process of withdrawing 5,000 US military personnel stationed at Kabul’s airport for the evacuation of Americans and Afghan allies was done in the face of “very real”. The Pentagon said on August 28, “Threats of additional attacks, such as the attack a couple days earlier killed nearly 200 people. Photo by EPA-EFE

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

A child carries the Afghan flag at a rally to raise awareness of the humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan, in New York City on August 28. Photo by John Angelillo/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Protesters hold signs and flags at the Save Afghan Lives rally in New York. Photo by John Angelillo/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

A US Marine helps out at a checkpoint at Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul on August 26. Photo by Staff Sgt. Victor Mancilla/USMC | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Refugees were evacuated from Hamid Karzai International Airport on 26 August. Photo by Hassan Majeed/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Biden paused to comment on the August 26 terrorist attack in Kabul that killed 13 US service members. Photo by Stephanie Reynolds/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Refugees evacuated from Kabul are welcomed by family members upon arrival at Dulles International Airport in Dulles, VA, on August 26. Photo by Ken Sedeno/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

According to the US Department of Defense, by August 25, about 88,000 people had safely left Afghanistan, with five flights carrying 1,200 passengers landing in Dulles outside Washington, DC. Photo by Ken Sedeno/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Refugees evacuated from Kabul, Afghanistan arrive in Dulles. Photo by Ken Sedeno/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Afghans gathered outside Hamid Karzai International Airport in an attempt to flee the country on 24 August. Photo by Bashir Darvesh/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Biden arrived at the White House on August 24 to give commentary on Afghanistan and the Group of Seven. Photo by Yuri Gripas/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

U.S. Representative Brian Mast, R-Fla., an Afghanistan War veteran, along with fellow Republican House members, speaks during a news conference on the Afghanistan evacuation at the U.S. Capitol on Aug. 24 in Washington, DC. Photo Ken Sedeno/ WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

A child waits with his family to board a US Air Force Boeing C-17 Globemaster III during evacuation at Hamid Karzai International Airport on Aug. 22. Photo by Sgt. Samuel Ruiz/USMC | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Biden (L) meets with his national security team for an operational update on Afghanistan at the White House on Aug. 22. Photo courtesy of the White House | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Taliban fighters patrol the streets of a neighborhood in Kabul on August 22. Photo by Bashir Darvesh/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Medical aid workers help an Afghan mother and family from a US Air Force C-17, moments after giving birth to a baby on a plane that landed at Ramstein Air Base in Germany on Aug. 21. Photo courtesy of the US Air Force | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

A large field is being prepared near a row of barracks to provide a soccer field and recreation area for the arrival of the Afghan evacuees on August 18 at Fort McCoy, Wis. Photo by 1 Sgt. Michelle Soret/US Army | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Civilians on board a plane during the evacuation at Hamid Karzai International Airport on August 19. Photo by Staff Sgt. Brandon Kriebeler/US Air Force | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Biden (c) gives remarks on the evacuation of US citizens and vulnerable Afghans at the White House on August 20. From left to right, Defense Secretary Lloyd J. Austin III, Vice President Kamala Harris, Secretary of State Antony Blinken and National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan. Photo by Chris Kleponis/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

US Army soldiers board a C-17 Globemaster III aircraft before departing for Hamid Karzai International Airport, Afghanistan, in support of Operation Ally Refugees at Ali Al Salem Air Base, Kuwait, on August 13. Photo by Staff Sgt. Ryan Brooks/US Air Force | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Army General Mark A. Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, briefs the media on Afghanistan at the Pentagon on Aug. 18 in Washington, DC. Milley said US military intelligence did not indicate that Afghanistan would fall into the hands of the Taliban. As soon as he did, saying that the United States made a “deliberate and responsible withdrawal” of troops. Photo by Air Force Staff Sgt. Julian Kemper / Department of Defense | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Sullivan held a press briefing on the withdrawal of troops at the White House on August 17. Photo by Ken Sedeno/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Biden comments on Afghanistan at the White House on August 16. Photo by Oliver Contreras/WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Taliban militants gather after taking control of Lashkar Gah, the provincial capital of Helmand, Afghanistan, on August 13. Taliban fighters captured Kandahar and Helmand, the two largest provinces in southern Afghanistan, and Ghor in the west, officials said on August 13. Significant military victory in his blitzkrieg towards power in Kabul. Photo by EPA-EFE

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

Biden said US troops would be out of Afghanistan by August 31, ending 20 years of military presence during remarks at the White House on July 8. Photo by Tom Brenner / WNN | license photo

DHS: Afghan evacuation resettlement flights to resume this week

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