Kabul: An Italian rescue plane was reportedly shot down in Kabul. There were reports of gunfire after the plane took off from Kabul. But preliminary reports say no one was injured. The Italian C-130 was shot down. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a Taliban stronghold in the capital, Afghanistan. The families of those who served in the Italian army and their families are currently being evacuated from Afghanistan.
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Earlier, the Taliban had been given until August 31 to leave the country, but in an urgent G7-led meeting, the Taliban demanded that the evacuation be allowed after August 31. At the same time, the Taliban has warned the United States not to allow Afghan nationals, including doctors and engineers, to leave the country. The warning came from a Taliban spokesman. The Afghans need their expertise and therefore do not want to take them to other countries.
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Germany has said the Taliban have agreed to allow Afghan nationals with valid documents to leave the country after August 31. August 31 is the last day set by the US to evacuate people from Afghanistan. The United States has demanded an extension, but the Taliban has repeatedly warned of possible repercussions.
According to information released by Germany, Afghan nationals can leave the country after August 31. Germany made the announcement on Wednesday evening. German Ambassador Marcus Potsall tweeted that he had held talks with Sher Mohammad Abbas, a Taliban spokesman. Germany has said it will suspend the evacuation of Afghan civilians from the NATA alliance if US troops end their rescue mission.
At the same time, the Taliban had yesterday warned professionals, including doctors and engineers, not to leave the country. The Taliban have said that only foreigners will be able to enter the airport, and that Afghan nationals will be barred from entering the airport to avoid security concerns.
Many countries, including the United States of America, India, the United Kingdom and Canada, have been evacuating their civilians and some Afghans since the Taliban seized control of the war-torn country, with time until August 31. The Taliban had assured Germany yesterday that “Afghans with legal documents will continue to be allowed to travel on commercial flights after August 31.” Meanwhile, there were three blasts near Kabul airport. The bomber struck shortly after noon in front of a crowd of about 60 people, killing at least 60 people. This includes US troops, Taliban and Afghan nationals.
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