“The two sides also discussed the United States’ provision of robust humanitarian assistance, directly to the Afghan people.”
Reporter Discovers 'Thousands' Still Attempting to Flee Kabul, Including US Citizens and Green Card Holders
The news comes more than three weeks after US military personnel evacuated Afghanistan, turning the nation over to the Taliban.
Gen. Austin Miller, former commander of U.S. forces in Afghanistan, told a Senate hearing he was against removing all forces, sources said.
“And treating them as such to the maximum extent of the law.”
Army Ranger Spc. Jonn Edmunds was one of the first two deaths in the war in Afghanistan. His father now wonders what purpose it served.
'I have déjà vu knowing it’s the same national security team in place now that then "exchanged" such high-value terrorists for traitor Bowe Bergdahl.'
“There’s no rush to recognition.”
“We are not aware of anyone being held on an aircraft or any hostage like situation at Mazar-i-Sharif.”
The Taliban see the US exit after 20 years of war as a victory the group secured over a major world power.
A solid majority of Americans think Congress should investigate what went wrong in Afghanistan, according to one poll.
When Ron Klain appeared on CNN this weekend, he didn't seem to know how many American citizens were left in Afghanistan that wanted to leave.
As President Biden congratulates himself on America's withdrawal from Afghanistan, one California woman left behind lives in fear.
Indiana Rep. Jim Banks, one of two representatives to put the poster up, said it was a 'message for President Biden' and Pelosi.
The video, called 'Victorious Force 3,' is one in a series of short films promoting the Taliban's activities.
Congressional members and their staff recount the terrifying struggles of those they are working with to help them escape from Afghanistan.
After swiftly taking control of the country as the Biden administration drew down troops, the Taliban have dozens of military aircraft.
As Taliban Shows Off New US Equipment, Biden Admin Scrubs Records of $83 Billion Given To Afghanistan
As the Taliban paraded US equipment through the streets, the Biden administration was busy scrubbing public records of how much we paid for it.
'A new chapter of America's engagement with Afghanistan has begun,' Secretary of State Antony Blinken said Monday.
The flow of war refugees is beginning to arrive on American soil, and it doesn't appear it's going to let up anytime soon.
The tweet was dug up after Psaki refused to address a conversation between Biden and former Afghan President Ashraf Ghani.