Flight takes about 200, including Americans, out of Kabul • FRANCE 24 English

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An estimated 200 foreigners, including Americans, left #Afghanistan on a commercial #flight out of #Kabul on Thursday with the cooperation of the Taliban — the first such large-scale departure since US forces completed their frantic withdrawal over a week ago. FRANCE 24’s Shahzaib Wahlah has the details.

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