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 There have been heavy gridlock in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, from Sunday, August 15 till Monday, August 16 as fear gripped Afghans and foreigners rush to the city’s airports in a bid to escape the Taliban. The US together with the UK have sent thousands of soldiers to Kabul to protect the airport as their citizens and Afghans attempt to travel out. Some US soldiers could be seen helping ease the traffic close to the airport.  The Taliban on Sunday declared the ‘Islamic Emirates of Afghanistan’ shortly after taking over the Afghanistan presidential palace with president Ashraf Ghani fleeing for his life. This comes after the Taliban swiftly took over towns, districts and finally Kabul following the withdrawal of US troops by US president Joe Biden after 20 years of fighting in the country. The Taliban are now in charge of all the seats of power, military outposts, prisons and police centers in the country. Watch the video below      View this post on Instagram           A post shared by Lindaikejiblog (@lindaikejiblogofficial)The post Traffic gridlock in Kabul as fear gripped Afghans rush to airport to escape Taliban (Photos/video) appeared first on Linda Ikeji Blog.
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