Afghan interpreters call on Canadian government for more help in Afghanistan

CBC News published this video item, entitled “Afghan interpreters call on Canadian government for more help in Afghanistan” – below is their description.

As the Canadian government continues to try to evacuate Afghans, interpreters in Afghanistan and Canada are speaking up. They say they put their lives in danger to help Canadian Armed Forces, and they’re calling on the federal government to speed up rescue efforts.Read more: https://www.cbc.ca/radio/asithappens/as-it-happens-the-tuesday-edition-1.6143756/afghan-interpreter-believes-canada-will-help-him-but-he-s-running-out-of-time-1.6143952

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