‘We’ll Get You Home’, Biden to the Americans in Kabul

Afghanistan-Taliban crisis LIVE updates: US President Joe Biden on Friday promised to bring back Americans still stuck in Afghanistan after the takeover of the Taliban. “We’ll get you home,” Biden said at a White House news conference. He stressed that any attack on US troops would be retaliated against. Biden expressed concern about Afghan women and human rights under Taliban control and said international pressure would be put on the terrorist group to respect the rights of the people of Afghanistan. Meanwhile, Al Qaeda’s Yemeni branch has congratulated the Taliban on their takeover of Afghanistan. “This victory and empowerment reveals to us that jihad and fighting represent the sharia-based, legal and realistic way of restoring rights (and) expelling invaders and occupiers,” Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula (AQAP) said in a statement. In particular, Afghanistan’s future hangs in the balance when the country’s government collapsed last week shortly after President Ashraf Ghani fled Kabul. The Taliban entered the presidential palace and declared its victory over the government. Stay here for LIVE updates.Read also – The economy in Afghanistan deteriorates as exchange rates and foreign aids stop after Taliban Blitz

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