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Monday, September 27, 2021

Afghan officer rescued from Kabul starts new life in U.S. | A.P.

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Mohammad Khalid Wardak spent years as a Afghan national police officer working with members of the US military. After the fall of Kabul, he was forced into hiding with his wife and children where apparently only minutes separated their rescue and being located by the Taliban. As part of Operation Promise Kept, the family was transported to an undisclosed location in Kabul, then Kuwait and eventually the United States. Wardak is one of thousands of Afghans relocating in America, formerly a police chief in Afghanistan’s southern Helmand province, he fought the Taliban in his home country for many years leading different phases of resistance throughout his career.

Source: https://apnews.com/article/police-afghanistan-only-on-ap-kabul-taliban-95cd2970fbc007111b9e54aeedbffdcb

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