He was told to get to Kabul airport quickly, but things went wrong | ABC News

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Wayne Parry is an Australian citizen who recently fled Kabul. His departure was anything but smooth. He says he was held by the Taliban for two hours before he managed to board a flight to Doha, where we managed to speak with him and get his story.

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