Two weeks of chaos: A timeline of the U.S. pullout of Afghanistan

America accomplished its withdrawal, evacuating greater than 122,000 individuals from the nation within the last a number of days. Between 100 and 200 Individuals remained in Afghanistan on Aug. 31, 2021, based on the Biden administration. A Republican-led Congressional investigation into the withdrawal discovered that greater than 1,450 Afghan youngsters have been evacuated with out a dad or mum or guardian, and extra 800 Individuals have been left behind, The Put up reported Monday. The investigation, which has not been launched to the general public, discovered that regardless of continued evacuations this yr, as of late July 84 Individuals who wish to go away have been nonetheless within the nation.

Hundreds extra Afghans, who feared they is likely to be targets for the Taliban, have been additionally stranded.

Since September, violence has decreased in most elements of Afghanistan. But safety has not introduced stability or prosperity.

Regardless of the Taliban’s assurances that ladies wouldn’t be discriminated in opposition to, it has issued a gentle stream of orders curbing their rights. Women are nonetheless not permitted to attend highschool, and their journey and costume are actually restricted.

Because the nation’s financial system tanked amid a cutoff of worldwide help, the nation confronted mass starvation and displacement. At this time, the World Meals Program estimates greater than 18 million individuals in Afghanistan are dealing with disaster ranges of starvation.