‘Time is against us’ for Afghanistan evacuations, says RAF commander

The Telegraph published this video item, entitled “‘Time is against us’ for Afghanistan evacuations, says RAF commander” – below is their description.

A flight of evacuees from Afghanistan has landed at RAF Brize Norton.

Evacuations have been taking place from the airport in Kabul since the extremist militant group ‘the Taliban’ took control of the country.

Air Mobility Force Commander Air Commodore David Manning shared his concerns from the tarmac in the UK and explained that “time is against us”, as the UK military do their best to rescue as many people as possible.

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