Hundreds of Afghans and overseas nationals have surged on to the tarmac at Kabul airport making an attempt to get a spot on a flight overseas, amid chaotic scenes that unfolded because the Taliban took management of town. Fearful that the Taliban might reimpose the brutal rule they enforced earlier than 2001, Afghans are searching for methods overseas, lining up at money machines to withdraw their life financial savings.
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