‘There are still huge crowds around the edge of Kabul’s airport’ • FRANCE 24 English

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“There are still huge crowds around the edge of #Kabul’s airport”, FRANCE 24 Senior Reporter Catherine Norris-Trent reports from the Afghan capital on the ongoing evacuation effort and life in the city under Taliban control. Leaders of the Group of Seven countries were set to discuss on Tuesday (August 24) whether to seek an extension to a August 31 deadline for the evacuation of thousands of people trying to flee #Afghanistan.

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