Associated Press Report
Kabul (Afghanistan) – Just as NATO allies and the United States leave Afghanistan, some of Afghanistan’s 20-year-old results are still visible. Tuesday saw a group of boys and girls arrive at school to see the effects of those efforts.
Zhen Sutian is eager to enter fifth grade at a private high school. She said, “I’m not afraid of Taliban.” “Why should this be?”
The students were called back into school four days ago. Although the Taliban claim that students will be segregated based on gender, this has already been done in most schools, with the exception of the lower grades.
More information about Afghanistan
During the U.S. troop withdrawal, the U.S. troops attacked the family from Kabul Airport.
— After the United States withdrew, Qatar became a major player in Afghanistan
-Afghans are searching for a new beginning abroad after being killed outside an airport.
— The White House: The United States has the ability to evacuate the remaining Americans
— Slain Marine holding a baby at Kabul Airport loves her job
— The evacuated Afghan activists dream of returning home one day