Washington Post published this video item, entitled “Afghan families greeted by volunteers at Dulles International Airport” – below is their description.
Busloads of Afghan families began arriving to the Dulles Expo Center in Fairfax County on Aug. 23.The men and women, some with young children clutching their hand, looked exhausted after their journey from Kabul.
“How does it feel to be in the United States?” a TV news reporter asked, as families got off one bus and headed into the expo center to be processed.
“Great,” a man said. “We’re finally safe.”
Others ignored the questions shouted at them from behind two small fences that kept the Afghans shielded as they departed the bus. One man offered a quick thumbs up, then walked with his head down into the building. Read more: https://wapo.st/3sEEELD. Subscribe to The Washington Post on YouTube: https://wapo.st/2QOdcqK
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