U.S. Withdrawal From Afghanistan Forces Canada To Pull Troops, Leaving Canadians Behind

Biden’s poor planning and decision making has led to a domino effect, leaving hundreds of thousands to the fate of the Taliban

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Canada has officially ended it evacuation operations in Kabul, Afghanistan and will leave some Canadians and Afghan allies behind.

The country evacuated a total of 3,700 Canadians and Afghan allies from the country as the Afghan government collapsed and the Taliban took over the country.

The announcement that Canada has completed its evacuation came hours before two explosions at the Kabul airport, where throngs of Afghans and Americans have gathered over the last week, attempting to catch an evacuation flight out to flee the Taliban.

The Pentagon confirmed that the explosion at Hamid Karzai International Airport’s Abbey Gate resulted in an “unknown number of casualties.” U.S. officials said at least three U.S. troops were injured.

President Joe Biden has been briefed on the situation.

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