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The U.S. Enters the Final Phase of Kabul Evacuations

Texas Standard

00:42 sec | 5 months ago

The U.S. Enters the Final Phase of Kabul Evacuations

"Efforts are in their final hours at the airport in Kabul as the US military prepares to fully withdraw from Afghanistan. Army Major general Hank Taylor says troops worked through the weekend to evacuate as many people as possible ahead of Tuesday's deadline set by President Biden to leave the country yesterday. 26 US military aircraft departed with approximately 1200 evacuees. In total. There were 28 flights out of Kabul airport. The Pentagon confirmed that multiple rockets were fired near the airport in Kabul on Sunday. The attack followed US drone strikes this weekend that targeted Islamic state

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Biden Warns Another Militant Attack in Afghanistan Is Highly Likely

The Dennis Prager Show

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

Biden Warns Another Militant Attack in Afghanistan Is Highly Likely

"Drone strike he ordered will not be his last response to the Islamic state Group affiliate in Afghanistan. The deadly attack against U. S troops in Afghanistan villians near the Kabul airport. In a statement, President Biden says we will continue to hunt down any person involved in that heinous attack and make them pay. The president discussed the situation with top military commanders Saturday and they told him another attack is highly likely in the next 24 to 36 hours, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says while the U. S drone strike killed two Isis K planners and facilitators Security threat remains very real. Nobody's writing this off and saying, Well, we got them so we don't have to worry about Isis K anymore. A major general Hank Taylor of the joint staff ads, we will continue to have the ability to defend ourselves. And to leverage over the horizon capability to conduct counter terrorism operations as needed. Ben Thomas

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US Warns of Credible Threat at Kabul Airport

NPR News Now

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

US Warns of Credible Threat at Kabul Airport

"The. Us embassy in kabul issued a security alert tonight warning all us citizens away from the kabul airport citing specific credible threat. The embassy said anyone at the airport or gates should leave immediately this after the. Us carried out a deadly drone strike in response to this week's airport bombing that left several people dead including thirteen. Us troops major general. William hank taylor confirm as more information has come in that too. high profile. Isis targets were killed and one was wounded and we know of zero civilian casualties president biden says there will be more strikes to come this. As the us and nato allies wrap up their evacuation flights from kabul

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Biden warns of more attacks as military begins final pullout

AP News Radio

01:09 min | 5 months ago

Biden warns of more attacks as military begins final pullout

"President Biden says a retaliatory drone strike he ordered will not be his last response to the Islamic state group affiliate in Afghanistan the deadly attack against US troops and Afghan civilians near the Kabul airport I'm been Thomas with the latest in a statement president Biden says we will continue to hunt down any person involved in that heinous attack and make them pay the president discussed the situation with top military commander Saturday and they told him another attack is highly likely in the next twenty four to thirty six hours Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says well the U. S. drone strike killed two ISIS K. planners and facilitators the security threat remains very real make no mistake and nobody's writing this off and saying well we got them so we don't have to worry about ISIS K. anymore not the case Major General Hank Taylor of the joint staff ads without specifying any future plans I will say that we will continue to have the ability to defend ourselves into a leverage over the horizon capability to conduct counterterrorism operations as needed Ben Thomas Washington

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U.S. Drone Strike Kills 2 Islamic State Members in Afghanistan

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. Drone Strike Kills 2 Islamic State Members in Afghanistan

"The Pentagon says a drone strike in eastern Afghanistan killed two Islamic state group members not one is initially reported I'm Ben Thomas with the latest Major General Hank Taylor describes it as an over the horizon counterterrorism operations to high profile ISIS targets were killed and one was wounded and we know of zero civilian casualties Pentagon spokesman John Kirby declined to identify those killed or their specific roles but said they were ISIS key planners and facilitators and that's enough reason there alone Taylor indicated the strike may not be the last we will continue to have the ability to defend ourselves into a leverage over the horizon capability to conduct counterterrorism operations as needed Ben Thomas Washington

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U.S. Executes Drone Strike, Killing 2 High-Profile ISIS Members

WBZ Midday News

00:56 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. Executes Drone Strike, Killing 2 High-Profile ISIS Members

"U. S striking back after 13 U. S service members were killed in a suicide bombing on Thursday. This week. The U. S military carrying out a drone strike. Against Isis Group in Afghanistan's eastern Nangahar province. Two high profile Isis targets were killed. Meantime, following Thursday's bombing, an additional 18 U. S service members were injured. ABC will review is at Ramstein Air Base in Germany, where the wounded Americans were taken for treatment and evaluation. Minutes of Thursday's attack at the airport in Kabul, U. S C seventeen's were on their way from here. With medical supplies other lifesaving equipment. At a briefing at the Pentagon on Friday, General Hank Taylor said that two flights landed here Friday carrying our wounded personnel. They had been transferred to launched All regional Medical center to receive care. Also, at least 170 civilians were killed outside Kabul

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U.S. Launches Drone Strike on ISIS-K Targets

NPR News Now

00:44 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. Launches Drone Strike on ISIS-K Targets

"Major general. Hank taylor says the. Us military has conducted a successful drone strike in eastern afghanistan by the border with pakistan. I can confirm as more information has come in that too. high profile. Isis targets were killed and one was wounded and we know of zero civilian casualties. The taliban is condemning this strike calling it an attack on afghan territory. President biden had vowed retaliation against those responsible for thursday's attack at the kabul airport that killed thirteen. Us military personnel. And some one hundred seventy afghans. The white house says there are strong indications isis k. Plans to strike again.

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U.S. Evacuations From Afghanistan Total 82,300 in 11 Days

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. Evacuations From Afghanistan Total 82,300 in 11 Days

"Brought about 20 evacuees to the airport in Kabul. In the last 11 days, some 82,000 people have been evacuated from there. Correspondent Kelly McCormick on the continuing evacuation efforts. Flights are leaving every 39 minutes, according to General Hank Taylor, But many are still waiting. There are more than 10,000 people currently at this time at the airport awaiting departure. It's a race against time. With the withdrawal date approaching, We will continue to evacuate needed populations all the way to the end if we have to, and we need to, But Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the focus will shift to getting American troops out. We will have to Reserve some capacity in those last couple of days to prioritize the military footprint leaving and there's anger in

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AP News

01:45 min | 5 months ago

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"Major general Hank Taylor with the Joint Chiefs of Staff says a lot of progress has been made in the last day getting people out of Afghanistan. This tremendous display of teamwork and focus Resulted in a passenger count of 21,600 individuals leaving Afghanistan in just 24 hours. The Taliban does not want the US to stay beyond the deadline of a week from today to get out of Afghanistan. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the deadline has not changed. We continue to make progress every day. In getting Americans as well as S I V applicants and vulnerable Afghans out. A Taliban spokesman says his group will accept no extensions to the deadline, he says life is returning to normal in Afghanistan, but chaos at the airport remains a problem, an official tells the AP The director of the CIA met with the Taliban's top political leader in Kabul. I made Donahue now that the U. S has fully approved fighters Covid 19 vaccine Can we see a light at the end of the Covid tunnel? Dr Anthony Fauci is answering that question. You know, it's going to depend on us. It really is. It's in our hands. Our fate is in our own hands, he tells the today show. I've said a couple of times if we do it right and get through the winter. I hope as we get to the spring of 2022 will be there. I hope so. It's up to us. What about kids under the age of 12? When will they be able to get vaccinated? Hopefully by the mid late fall and early winter, Dr Anthony Fauci on the Today show I'm Rita Foley. A P news. I'm Ed Donahue. President Biden plans to stick with the deadline getting Americans out of Afghanistan by one week from today. Evacuations continue..

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AP News

01:35 min | 5 months ago

"hank taylor" Discussed on AP News

"Album in October. Michael McDonald says rehearsals have felt like old friends getting together rather than old rivalries. If the tourists cut short, 2022 is the 50th anniversary of their first hit, Listen to the music. Margie Szaroleta, a source tells the AP Buffalo Bills receivers Cole Beasley and Gabriel Davis must spend at least five days away from the team facility after having close contact with a trainer who tested positive for the coronavirus. It means they will miss the bills last preseason games Saturday. Both Beasley and Davis tested negative. Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute, an official tells the AP President Biden is going to adhere to his self imposed deadline a week from today. Withdraw US troops from Afghanistan. John Kirby is a spokesman at the Pentagon. We continue to make progress every day in getting Americans as well as S I V applicants and vulnerable Afghans out. Major General Hank Taylor, with the Joint Chiefs of Staff says they are working to meet the deadline. We're seeing increased pace and increased pace in the flight schedule at Kabul. As of yesterday in the last 24 hour period. Uh, one aircraft left honor about every 45 minutes. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise doesn't like the idea of a timeline. We need to have the top priority to tell the Taliban. That we're going to get all of our people out. Regardless of what timeline was initially set, Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the U. S and allies for leaving Afghanistan in chaos. I'm Ed Donahue.

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AP News

01:56 min | 5 months ago

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"Problems with an increase in lumber prices and a shortage of construction workers. Shelley Adler Washington Good morning I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute. Major general Hank Taylor with the Joint Chiefs of Staff says a lot of progress has been made in the last day getting people out of Afghanistan. This tremendous display of teamwork and focus Resulted in a passenger count of 21,600 individuals leaving Afghanistan in just 24 hours. The Taliban does not want the US to stay beyond the deadline of a week from today to get out of Afghanistan. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the deadline has not changed. We continue to make progress every day. In getting Americans as well as S I V applicants and vulnerable Afghans out. A Taliban spokesman says his group will accept no extensions to the deadline, he says life is returning to normal in Afghanistan, but chaos at the airport remains a problem, an official tells the AP The director of the CIA met with the Taliban's top political leader in Kabul. I made Donahue now that the U. S has fully approved fighters Covid 19 vaccine Can we see a light at the end of the Covid tunnel? Dr Anthony Fauci is answering that question. You know, it's going to depend on us. It really is. It's in our hands. Our fate is in our own hands, he tells the today show. I've said a couple of times if we do it right and get through the winter. I hope as we get to the spring of 2022 will be there. I hope so. It's up to us. What about kids under the age of 12? When will they be able to get vaccinated? Hopefully by the mid late fall and early winter, Dr Anthony Fauci on the Today show I'm Rita Foley. AP News I'm Ed Donahue. President Biden plans to stick with the deadline getting Americans out of Afghanistan by one week from today. Evacuations continue. Major General.

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AP News

03:02 min | 5 months ago

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"General Hank Taylor with the Joint Chiefs of Staff says the round the clock airlifts of people out of Afghanistan. Reached its highest level. So far. This tremendous display of teamwork and focus resulted in a passenger count of 21,600 individuals. Leaving Afghanistan in just 24 hours and official tells the AP the director of the CIA met with the Taliban's top political leader in Kabul. The Taliban wants the US out on the deadline a week from today. John Kirby is a Pentagon spokesman. There's been No change. To the timeline of the mission, which is to have this completed by the end of the month. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise says President Biden needs to be flexible with the withdrawal. Every option ought to be on the table to protect American lives. He should have never pulled out without getting all Americans out. First. He set this timeline more reports emerged of Taliban abuses in areas of Afghanistan held by the fighters. In Tokyo today. The Paralympics opened in the same empty national stadium during the same pandemic as the opening and closing ceremonies of the recently completed. Tokyo Olympics. Coronavirus cases continue to rise in Tokyo in the US Louisiana is going through its fourth surge of coronavirus cases, Laura de Boric and her husband tested positive. She recovered. He is still hospitalized. Two Borick says she and her husband didn't get vaccinated. I made the appointment three times and canceled it because I was too busy. If I could go back in time, That is the one thing I would change, But I can't dwell on what I didn't do. I can't live in the past few weeks into the new school year, growing numbers of districts have halted in person learning or switch to hybrid models because of rapidly mounting coronavirus infections more than 80 school districts or charter networks have closed or delayed in person schooling and at least one entire school in more than a dozen states. This is a P news. Now that the U. S has given final approval to the Pfizer vaccine, is there a light at the end of the tunnel? Dr. Anthony Fauci is answering that question. You know, it's going to depend on us. It really is. It's in our hands. Our fate is in our own hands, he tells the today show. I've said a couple of times if we do it right and get through the winter. I hope as we get to the spring of 2022 will be there. I hope so. It's up to us. What about kids under the age of 12? When will they be able to get vaccinated? Hopefully by the mid late fall and early winter, Dr Anthony Fauci on the Today show I'm Rita Foley. McDonald's is pulling milk shakes off the menu in Britain. There are supply problems because of a shortage of truck drivers. McDonald's is also low on supplies of bottled drinks. Shortages of many items in Britain are being blamed in a combination of Brexit and the coronavirus pandemic. Supermarkets have also reported problems getting some products on the shelves. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Thank you for thinking. Dominion is just a coaster park. Think again. Get.

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AP News

03:08 min | 5 months ago

"hank taylor" Discussed on AP News

"Official tells the AP President Biden plans to stick to the deadline a week from today to get out of Afghanistan. Major general Hank Taylor, with the Joint Chiefs of Staff says the evacuation has been moving along to date 63,900 American citizens. NATO and other partners personnel. Afghan s ivy applicants and vulnerable Afghans are out of harm's way. The military pulled off its biggest day of evacuation flights of Afghanistan since the operation began. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson says the Taliban has to agree to let everyone who wants to leave Afghanistan. Get out. Someone will say that, uh, they don't accept that and some of them. I hope I will see the sense of that because the G seven has very considerable leverage. Economic, diplomatic and political. For now the U. S. Military controls Afghanistan's airspace and the military side of the Kabul airport. Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has died. He was 80. Watts told the AP in 1993. He preferred to play in small venues instead of big stadiums and not even looking at. You can't see anything. You see the surround more than you do the band. You can't see any one of those sad. I'm amazed people actually go to him. I'm glad they do. It's a lucrative living from his publicist says Watts passed away peacefully in a London hospital earlier today, surrounded by his family. The coronavirus is disrupting more classrooms in Florida, while lawyers for Governor Rondo Santa's argue against school mask mandates. Three more school districts announced hearings to discuss stricter mask policies. Updated diabetes guidelines says overweight and obese Americans should start getting screened earlier at age 35 instead of 40 about 75% of US adults have excess weight that increases their chances of developing diabetes. This is a P news More people bought homes last month. Homes were also more expensive. Sales of new homes rose a modest 1% in July after a string of declines while new home prices set records. The Commerce Department says the median price of a new home sold in July climbed to an all time high of just over $390,000. That's up a whopping 18.4% from a year ago. The July rebounding sales comes after drops in the three months before as builders confronted problem. It comes with an increase in lumber prices and a shortage of construction workers. Shelley Adler, Washington a 25 ft inflatable duck named Joy, which mysteriously appeared on the water in Belfast Harbor, Maine, has disappeared. It was removed from the harbor sometime over the weekend, likely because of concerns about tropical storm on re the mystery may have been solved, though a letter was sent, saying, Joy is a reminder of our commonalities instead of our differences. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has died at a hospital in London at the age of 80. According to his publicist, I'm arches are a letter with a look at his career, Charlie.

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AP News

02:00 min | 5 months ago

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"Vary, Donahue, an administration official tells the president Biden has decided not to extend his deadline a week from today. Completing the U. S led evacuation of Americans and Afghan allies from Afghanistan, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says they are on track. We still believe certainly, now that we have been able to increase the capacity and the flow We believe that we have that we that we have the capability, the ability to get that done by the end of the month. The deadline was set well before the Taliban completed its takeover of Afghanistan. August 15th. Major general Hank Taylor, with the Joint Chiefs of Staff says planes are taking off quickly. We're seeing increased pace and increased pace in the flight schedule at Kabul as of yesterday in the last 24 hour period. Uh one aircraft left honor about every 45 minutes. Russian President Vladimir Putin is criticizing the U. S and its allies were leaving Afghanistan and chaos, raising potential security threats for Russia and allies in Central Asia. The American Civil Liberties Union filed a federal lawsuit over South Carolina law that bans school districts from imposing mask mandates. CBS health is joining the group of US companies that require employees who have contact with customers be vaccinated against the coronavirus, his publicist says. Rolling Stones drummer Charlie Watts has died. He was considered a backbone of the group in 1993 AP interview wants said he was all about the music. Lots of people say they love or love lyrics. I don't. I can't stand upon records because I'm not singing and I never read. The publicist says Charlie Watts passed away peacefully and the London hospital surrounded by his family. He was 80. President Biden approved a major disaster declaration for Tennessee after record rainfall caused devastating floods that killed more than 20 people. Stocks are rising slightly in midday trading, staying above record levels. This is a P news The Doobie Brothers are ready to start.

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WTOP

02:29 min | 5 months ago

"hank taylor" Discussed on WTOP

"Of US citizens and vulnerable Afghans from Kabul following the Taliban takeover of the country, Pentagon spokesman John Kirby. We still believe certainly now that we have been able to increase the capacity in the flow We believe that we have the capability, the ability to get that done by the end of the month. Mr Bind Address an emergency G seven meeting on Afghanistan. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson was on it and says Britain has managed to get out more than 2000, Afghans and 300 or so UK citizens in the past, 24 hours, agreed not just a Joined approach to dealing with the evacuation, but also a roadmap for the way in which we're going to engage with the Taliban. CBS News Special report on that Piper meantime, we're learning that the director of the CIA met with the Taliban's top political leader in Kabul yesterday. Details of the conversation are not known, but the two likely discussed whether the full US withdrawal of troops could be extended beyond the end of this month. A Taliban spokesman is warning again today that there was Will be no extensions to the August 31st deadline and that extending the American presence would in his words. Provoke a reaction. The visit by CIA Chief William Burns came ahead of today's Group of Seven Nations virtual meeting and a warning from the UN's human rights chief about executions and restrictions on women in areas under Taliban control. Now to that ongoing effort to get people out of their army, Major general Hank Taylor says more than 1000 evacuees have landed at Dulles here in Virginia 21,600 individuals Leaving Afghanistan in just 24 hours. To date 63,900 American citizens. NATO and other partners personnel, Afghan s ivy applicants and vulnerable Afghans are out of harm's way. Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the U. S is in daily communication with the Taliban well news of President Biden's decision to extend to not extend the deadline to get out of Afghanistan isn't likely to sit well with congressional Republicans who have been pressing the White House to extended In other news from the Hill, Democrats have reached a compromise ahead of a key vote on a top priority for President Biden. With more on both of these stories, here's w T. O P S Mitchell Miller. We want President.

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AP News

01:34 min | 5 months ago

"hank taylor" Discussed on AP News

"Will release an album in October. Michael McDonald says rehearsals have felt like old friends getting together rather than old rivalries At the tourist cut short 2022 is the 50th anniversary of their first hit. Listen to the music. Margie Szaroleta, a source tells the AP Buffalo Bills receivers Cole Beasley and Gabriel Davis must spend at least five days away from the team facility after having close contact with a trainer who tested positive for the coronavirus. It means they will miss the bills last preseason games Saturday. Both Beasley and Davis tested negative. Ed Donahue. AP News I'm Ed Donahue with an A P news minute, an official tells the AP President Biden is going to adhere to his self imposed deadline a week from today. To withdraw U. S. Troops from Afghanistan. John Kirby is a spokesman at the Pentagon. We continue to make progress every day in getting Americans as well as S I V applicants and vulnerable Afghans out. Major General Hank Taylor, with the Joint Chiefs of Staff says they are working to meet the deadline. We're seeing increased pace and increased pace in the flight schedule at Kabul. As of yesterday in the last 24 hour period. Uh, one aircraft left honor about every 45 minutes. House Minority Whip Steve Scalise doesn't like the idea of a timeline. We need to have the top priority to tell the Taliban that we're going to get all of our people out regardless of what timeline was initially said Russian President Vladimir Putin criticized the U. S and allies for leaving Afghanistan in chaos. I'm.

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The Sean Hannity Show

04:26 min | 5 months ago

"hank taylor" Discussed on The Sean Hannity Show

"Us military equipment that we left in the hands of the taliban. But there's we didn't plan for this evacuation as we watch the taliban on the march throughout the entire country of afghanistan. It is the single biggest foreign policy failure that i've ever seen in my lifetime and one of the biggest in history. If not the biggest. We don't have an inventory of the billions of dollars of equipment. Why didn't you make plans to evacuate it or destroy it. He didn't wanna take it home. Don't leave it for them so that they're armed with the latest most sophisticated military equipment on the face of the earth including you know our held blackhawk helicopters. We believe he said john. Kirby again pendulum pentagon spokesperson. We believe we've evacuated several thousand america but we can't say for sure general. Hank taylor unaware of the cobble embassy warning about threats outside of the airport. Wald's news to me. Joe biden would totally clueless on friday on that question. And you got jake sullivan. The national security adviser. He can't give a precise number of americans in afghanistan. This all happened. This is what they're confirming this weekend. Jake sullivan saying the admitting that isis is a threat at kabul airport. That's real isis is a threat. Jake sullivan say well. We're communicating with the mill with the taliban drew military channel. So everything that. I've told you last week that if we get americans home it'll have nothing to do with joe biden's great planning and execution militarily it they every american and every american ally caught behind enemy lines now is hostage to the the the whims of terrorist organization. That is the position that joe biden has left them in and our defense secretary. Lloyd austin says had to admit yeah. There are incidents of tough encounters. You'd think tough is the right word. Horrific encounters would be more accurate with the taliban trying to get to the airport. And lloyd austin the defense secretary saying nobody nobody predicted. The afghan government collapsed in eleven days. They were taking large areas of the country for weeks in advance of of their approach to cobble so the idea that they didn't know i don't even believe because my sources have confirmed for me that the cia pulled their people out of their seven weeks ago. Seeing what was building and likely to occur. And i don't. I don't believe that the intelligence community kept to themselves. I don't believe that there's no evidence to that point at all. Just the opposite the intel community is pointing straight at biden's white house saying we warn europe. We told you say with the favorite but he's pointing fingers at each other now but ultimately i guess the buck stops with joe wright had did they not know. we'll get to the president. Donald trump talking about a calling describing this in alabama. Wow what a crowded alabama kamala harris just laughed at her reporter. When was asked a question about afghanistan which is in and of itself scary. You have tony. Blinken was on face the nation and admitting the following the obvious which we've been saying. And if the tha that the taliban has control of kabul they have control of kabul then our fellow americans which they don't know how many are now caught behind enemy lines and ostensibly hostages to the whims of the taliban the terrorist organization. That say you better not go beyond the august thirty deadline or this going to be real guns quences. here's blinking. Admitting it someone audience might listen to you mister secretary and say oh so. We have the taliban for permission for american citizens to leave true or not true they. They are in control of kabul. That is the reality That's the reality that That we have to deal with so..

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WSB-AM

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"hank taylor" Discussed on WSB-AM

"They give it serious media visibility. Chris to this crash that was blocking multiple lanes has now been cleared out of lanes on the West Side. Italy, 25 North and South Cobb Drive about a 15 minute delay coming up from my 20 with right lane road work in the backup 25 northbound at Hollowell. We'll look at the rest of the roads next to 95.5 Ws lead with his news today, the Pentagon will now requires service members to get their vaccines, instructions and timeline now being planned. The Pentagon says it has evacuated about 42,000 people from Afghanistan since the end of July. Within the last 24 hours. The total passenger count. It was approximately 16,000. Army. Major general Hank Taylor says 1300 of those passengers arrived at Dulles Airport Airport even outside of Washington. Overnight. Four military bases in Wisconsin, Virginia, New Jersey and Texas will also continue to receive Afghan refugees. Local news every 30 minutes and when it breaks 95.5 WSB depend on it. New at three o'clock and intriguing political development. Herschel Walker has registered to vote in Georgia. The Greg Bluestein says his apparently moved back here in possible advance of the U. S Senate run against Rafael Warner next year. He's tease that idea publicly for months, he listed his address as his wife's house in Buckhead. A new bag policy, in effect for students had one Fulton County High School and at all Atlanta City schools, sporting events and emails sent to parents on Friday from the principal at Tri Cities, High states that after a fight A student reported seeing a weapon on campus after a search done by officers. Three handguns were discovered in the possession of two students. No one was injured, but it is motivating school officials to now requires students have clear bookbags on campus. Meanwhile, Atlanta Public schools is now instituting a clear bag policy.

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WCPT 820

02:21 min | 5 months ago

"hank taylor" Discussed on WCPT 820

"New York City says all public school teachers and other staffers will have to get vaccinated against the coronavirus at the Kabul airport in Afghanistan. Since the end of July. We have relocated approximately 42,000 people. Since the beginning of evacuation operations on August 14th. We have evacuated approximately 37,000 Major general Hank Taylor, with the Joint Chiefs of Staff says more people are getting out, but the Taliban signals they might soon tried to shut down the evacuation. Today is clean up day from what was on re in places like Monroe Township, New Jersey, It's a mess. I mean, the water was coming in through, I don't know even have them what it gets. And I tell you, honestly because it was in the closets all over the floors. It was above my ankles. I was, you know, it was just a horrible man. Power is out in parts of New England. An internal probe clears the Capitol police officer in the shooting death of a woman, Ashley Babbitt, in the capital on the day of the January riot. Stocks remain higher on Wall Street. This is a P news Some British officials want a bigger troop presence in Afghanistan. Some military leaders say Britain should keep troops at Kabul airport to continue the evacuation effort, even if the Americans leave. But armed forces Minister James Hippie says there is a hard reality that there would be no international airlift without the way for us is underpinning it, He adds. An agreement with the Taliban would also be needed for an extension. Britain says its forces have evacuated some 5700 people chief the UK citizens and Afghans from Kabul in the last 10 days. Charles de la Decima. London A British judge ruled songs by punk Trail Blazers The Sex Pistols can be used in an upcoming TV series despite the opposition of former frontman John Lydon, once known as Johnny Rotten. The Disney Back series is based on a memoir by X Pistols guitarist Steve Jones. I'm Ed Donahue. AP News This is 8:20, A.m., W. CPT, Willow Springs and Streaming Worldwide. W cpt 8 20 dot com. We are Chicago's progressive talk where facts matter. Now you're w c p t a 20. Chicago traffic.

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NPR News Now

04:33 min | 5 months ago

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"In the vaccination campaign against cove in nineteen. The food and drug administration has formally approved visor by anteks vaccine for people sixteen years of age and up. It's still available to twelve to fifteen year olds under the emergency authorization. Pfizer received eight months ago. Npr's rob stein reports on what today's announcement could mean in the country's battled to control the most aggressive variant yet of the corona virus. This is the first covert nineteen vaccine to be subject to a full review by the fda and to get an approval. The puts the vaccine on par with other sold in the united states. The full approval could make it easier for employers the military and universities to mandate vaccination and may reassure some people hesitant about the vaccine getting more people vaccinated is the nation's number one public health priority even though highly safe and effective vaccines have been available for months. Only about half of the nation's total population is fully vaccinated. And that's the main reason why. The nation is suffering through yet another deadly surge rob stein. Npr news spokesman. John kirby had an update today on the us military's vaccination plan that the pfizer vaccine has been approved. The department is prepared to issue updated. Guidance requiring all service members to be vaccinated time line for vaccination completion will be provided in the coming days. The health of the force is always a military or civilian employees families and communities as a top priority but the military's top priority in afghanistan is evacuating as many americans and allies as possible from the kabul airport at today's news briefing army major general. Hank taylor ticked off the latest numbers critical to the immediate mission. Sixteen thousand people evacuated in the last twenty four hours about thirty seven thousand evacuated since august fourteenth and fifty eight hundred troops at the kabul airport. Where taylor says commanders are actively monitoring threats. Us forces retain the inherent right to use force in self-defence underscoring the precarious nature of security in the afghan capital. The us military says an unidentified hostile actor opened fire on afghan guards at the airport. Local forces joined by us and coalition troops fired back. One member of afghan security was killed. Several were wounded the world health organization and unicef are calling for humanitarian airbridge to ensure the delivery of lifesaving aid into afghanistan. Lisa sh line has more over the past few days. Major air operations out of kabul of focused on evacuating internationals invulnerable afghans in the process. The lifesaving needs of some eighteen million people in afghanistan being neglected. Who in unicef worn many vulnerable people among them acutely malnourished children a likely to die if aid agencies are unable to deliver medicines and other essential supplies lisa sean reporting from geneva. This is npr home prices in july. Were roughly eighteen percent higher than a year ago in the united states. Npr's chris arnold reports price gains though are expected to start leveling off the median price of a home in the. Us is now nearly three hundred and sixty thousand dollars during the pandemic demand was very strong and supply tight without enough homes for sale at that low interest rates and prices have been on steroids but the chief economist for the national association of realtors lawrence yun says that should be changing. The price increases will be much less. Maybe even going to a single digit gains. We have more inventory. Certainly good news for the consumers. Union says there were seven percent more homes on the market in july. If that trend continues buying homey says it should get more normal and less frenzied. Chris arnold. Npr news general motors is expanding. Its recall of chevrolet volt electric vehicles. The company says it's concerned about the pouch type lithium ion battery cells from the south korean company. Lg that could catch fire due to faulty manufacturing design or damage in other news. Russia's reportedly begun construction of several warships including nuclear submarines. According to state media president vladimir putin gave the orders today via video for construction to launch it three locations he spearheading efforts to modernize the russian military diplomatic ties with the west grow more strained over russia's expanding interests including ukraine. This is npr news..

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"hank taylor" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:12 min | 5 months ago

"hank taylor" Discussed on WTOP

"The Pentagon moves forward with plans to make vaccines mandatory for all members of the U. S military. Lots of green on Wall Street. The Dow is up 265 NASDAQ is up 226 S and P 500 is up 42 w t. O p now at 1 31. CBS News Special Report, The FDA is granted full approval of Pfizer and Biontech for their covid 19 vaccine to be given to Americans as young as 16 Acting Commissioner Janet Woodcock want to underscore that our efforts to move as quickly as possible have been no way sacrificed scientific standards or the integrity of our process. President Biden is set to speak shortly on the announcement, Dr Ashish Jha of Brown University's School of Public Health, I think it's going to set off a whole new wave of vaccinations, which I think will be very helpful. Even where we are as a country. CBS is Alexander teen on other Covid 19 vaccines looking for the full approval. Moderna, which is also under emergency use authorization right now said it plans to finish its application for full approval this month. Johnson and Johnson, which is currently gathering data from trials of its two dose regimens. Plans to file for full approval later this year. CBS News Special Report on that Piper It's 1 32. The Defense Department is moving forward with previously announced vaccine mandate for all military members. These efforts to ensure the safety of our service members Promote the readiness of our force, not to mention the health and safety of the communities around the country in which we live. That's Pentagon Press Secretary John Kirby around the country the number of vaccines administered has declined in recent weeks. Still, the surgeon cases fueled by the highly contagious Delta variant has prompted more people to get the shot. We also got an update from the Pentagon today on evacuations from Afghanistan. Major General Hank Taylor says dozens of flights have left in the past 24 hours. Carrying about 16,000 people are mission remained focused on ensuring a steady flow evacuees out of Kabul to the intermediate staging bases and safe havens at our installations continue to rapidly build out.

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"hank taylor" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:55 min | 5 months ago

"hank taylor" Discussed on AP News

"The safety of our service members and promote the readiness of our force, not to mention the health and safety of the communities around the country in which we live. While he didn't give a timeline, Kirby says Pentagon officials are preparing to issue guidance to require vaccinations Now that the fighter vaccine has been given full approval. I'm Shelley Antler, the military reported its biggest day of airlift out of Afghanistan by far But the Taliban signal they might shut down the evacuation. Major General Hank Taylor's with the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Our mission remained focused on ensuring a steady flow evacuees out of Kabul to the intermediate staging bases and safe havens. A Taliban spokesman says the August 31st deadline for the US to leave Afghanistan is a red line that the U. S must not cross. This is Andrew Cuomo's last day on the job as governor of New York. He resigned rather than face the possibility of impeachment over sexual harassment allegations There was a political and media stampede. But the truth will out In time of that. I am confident Cuomo says he didn't want to cause government paralysis. This is a P news. New York City. Public schools are mandating coronavirus vaccinations for all teachers and staff. No exceptions. Classes start Sept. 13th. This marks the first flat out vaccine mandate for New York City workers. The previous requirement was vaccinated or test and if you did not comply, it was an unpaid suspension. Vaccine mandates for teachers in the U. S are fairly rare so far, though. Washington State for one says teachers must be inoculated or face dismissal. Vaccinate ER test requirements are a bit more common. Julie Walker, NEW YORK Several senators are questioning the Food and Drug Administration's work with a consulting firm that helped businesses sell prescription painkillers.

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"hank taylor" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:52 min | 5 months ago

"hank taylor" Discussed on WTOP

"The Food and Drug Administration has granted full approval to fighters covid vaccine for people 16 and older. We talk with CBS news Medical contributor Dr David Agus about the FDA s review of the vaccine, and if we're going to see full approval for Madonna and J and J it was an exhaustive review. Tens of thousands of pages have been reviewed of all individual patient data, and it works and it is safe and it is manufactured well with high quality. So remarkable events from fighter fighter did this without government funding did this themselves And they have gotten it first. Moderna has not yet submitted their full approval and either as J and J so there will be several months behind. Before this, the Pfizer vaccine had been authorized only for emergency use. Meantime, now that Pfizer's vaccine has full approval, the Defense Department is moving ahead with plans to make the vaccine mandatory for all military personnel. The department is prepared to issue updated guidance requiring all service members to be vaccinated. A timeline. For vaccination completion will be provided in the coming days as Pentagon spokesperson John Kirby to Afghanistan. Now we're getting an update on the pace of evacuations. Major General Hank Taylor says. Dozens of flights have left Kabul in the past 24 hours. The total passenger count for those flights who was approximately 16,000. Of that number the U. S military transported just under 11,000 personnel. It comes as there was a deadly attack as Kabul International Airport. U. S troops were involved, but they were not injured. One Afghan soldier was killed, though it started as an exchange of gunfire between Afghan special operations forces and either Taliban members. Isis are angry Afghans outside the airport. At least 20 people have been killed in the chaos at the airport so far, most in shootings in stampedes as U. S and International forces try to evacuate citizens and vulnerable Afghans. The mission to get Americans and Afghans out of Kabul has been complicated because of concerns about terrorists. The Taliban is released thousands of hardcore Isis and Al Qaeda fighters in its march to Kabul so the problem is simple. No one knows where they are. But sources I've spoken to on the ground say they are looking for ways to target Americans, Afghans who helped the U. S in the war effort and others. We've heard reports of shootings, beatings and Americans being impeded from getting to the airport. Real current and former U. S. Intelligence officials say We need to remember devices seeks to kill Americans in horrible ways, including beheadings. JJ Green W. T. O P News just ahead. Members of the House returned to Capitol Hill in hopes of tackling some major legislation today. It's 12 34 the first metal. She's a sports.

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Pentagon says 17,000 people evacuated from Afghanistan in one week

Bloomberg Opinion

00:15 sec | 5 months ago

Pentagon says 17,000 people evacuated from Afghanistan in one week

"The Pentagon says more than 18,000 people have been evacuated from Afghanistan since July. Army Major General Hank Taylor says another 3800, Americans and Afghans Have been evacuated through the Kabul airport. In the past

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"hank taylor" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

04:32 min | 5 months ago

"hank taylor" Discussed on NPR News Now

"I'm windsor johnston. President biden says he's focused on getting americans out of afghanistan by august. Thirty first biden updated the nation today on the status of evacuations out of kabul less than a week after the taliban overthrew the afghan government npr's oz mahala reports. The administration has been facing mounting criticism for the chaotic scenes that continue to play out at the airport in the capital. The white house says the military has evacuated roughly thirteen thousand people since august fourteenth. It doesn't have an exact tally. Of how many americans are still in afghanistan but despite reports of chaos on the ground near the biden offered this. Promise let me be clear and mirror wants to come home. We will get you home. There are reports of off. Guns getting stopped at taleban checkpoints. The president says there's been no indication that americans can't reach the airport citing an agreement with the taliban to allow americans through though some reporting on the ground calls that account into question us muhammad. Npr news the department of defense says the mission to defend the airport in kabul and evacuate americans and credentialed afghans as safely as possible continues pentagon. Spokesperson hank taylor says the military is also stepping up the pace of flights out of the country. The airport remains secure evacuation. Flights are steadily increasing. And we are doing everything we can to maximize safe. Evacuations at pentagon says flights out of kabul have resumed after being temporarily suspended today. The military says it's also planning to maximize each planes capacity. in order to speed up the evacuation process. The department of agriculture is temporarily closing nine national forests in northern california as wildfires. Continue to burn in that region. Keith ms gucci. From member station k. q. we d- reports crews are working to get the upper hand. On a number of blazes that have scorched tens of thousands of acres. The order goes into effect late sunday night and runs through at least labor day september. Sixth jeff marr. Salei is for supervisor for the eldorado national forest which is already closed due to the kaldor fire that has burned over. Seventy three thousand acres and still has no containment. it's about evacuations. It's about stretched resources in our inability to keep pace with the fire. Marcella says they're trying to keep the public out of harm's way. He says once they get a better handle on the fire. There could be limited exemptions for people to get back into the national forest for npr news. I'm keith mizuguchi in san francisco at last check on wall street the dow was up two hundred twenty. Four points this is. Npr tropical storm on re is making its way toward the northeastern coast of the us national hurricane center meteorologist and as falcon says. The storm could hit parts of new england by the weekend. A hurricane watch has been issued for long island and there's also hurricane watch out from new haven connecticut eastward sagamore beach massachusetts that includes nantucket martha's vineyard and block island forecasters say tropical storm on re could reach hurricane status as it continues to pick up strength in the atlantic hurricane watches have been posted along the northeastern coast in north carolina. Rescue teams are searching for seven people who remain on accounted for in the aftermath of tropical storm. Fred lily connect- from member station blue ridge public radio reports. Two people are confirmed dead. In one of the hardest hit counties houses have been knocked off their foundations and cars hanging trees along the pigeon river in he would county north carolina governor. Roy cooper visited the scene yesterday. He says they're still assessing. The damage. is what we want to make sure that we do is thorough damage assessment here and that means monetary. We want to try to get a major disaster declaration for north carolina and that will depend upon the damage assessments early estimates of property damage. Start at three hundred million for npr news. I'm lily up in canton. I'm windsor johnston.

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"hank taylor" Discussed on 5 Things

5 Things

08:05 min | 5 months ago

"hank taylor" Discussed on 5 Things

"But the company is shifting away from that model as it tries to get outside investors at a one billion dollar valuation hurricane. Greece has heading for a second landfall in mexico after hitting the caribbean side of the yucatan peninsula grace's next headed for the country's gulf coast on friday and japanese actor. Sonny chiba has died. He wowed the world with martial arts skills in more than one hundred films including kill bill. He was eighty two. The pentagon said thursday. That seven thousand civilians have been taken out of afghanistan since august fourteenth the. Us military said. It's ramping up evacuations. In the final days of having troops on the ground there joint staff director of current operations. Major general hank taylor the. Us military footprint in kabul is now more than five thousand two hundred total troops on the ground kabul airport remains secure and open for flight operations. There are now multiple gates that have access for entry into the airfield which will help expedite processing in a safe. Orderly manner in the past twenty four hours. Thirteen c. seventeen arrived with additional troops and equipment. Also s- twelve c. Seventeen departed these. Flights contain more than two thousand passengers. Since the start of evacuation operations on august fourteenth we have airlifted approximately seven thousand total evacuees. We're ready to increase throughput and have scheduled aircraft departures accordingly. We intend to maximize each planes capacity. We're prioritizing people above all those for so many afghans though getting a. us airlift out of the country is not an option. Many people have been trying. Landeck sits out of afghanistan after the taliban's reason takeover the taliban though has been controlling much of the border both there are new images coming from the border with pakistan of afghan successfully entering that country. The desperation is real images circulated earlier in the week of bodies. Falling off a military plane as it departed. Kabul crowds had gathered at the airport and several people clung to the outside of the plane as it took off. We now know that. A member of afghanistan's youth soccer team sake on warri was one of the people who fell to his death. Thursday was independence day in afghanistan and in some demonstrations around the country. Afghans waived their national flag. Which has been replaced by taliban flags nationwide. The taliban responded with violence scattering demonstrations in kabul using gunfire. The group has promised a more moderate approach to pass taliban rule but the insurgents have already killed one person at a rally jalalabad this week and they've instituted a twenty four hour curfew in coast province during the taliban's rule in the late nineteen ninety s. They can find women to their homes. Most of the time banned television and music and publicly executed people alexander. The taliban will rule this time still is unclear. What is clear is they've inherited a country in desperation amid possible inflation and severe drought. The united nations world food program in afghanistan says more than forty percent of the country's food has been lost to drought a kabul shopkeeper hockey's ahmad told the a p that some food has made its way to the capital but prices have gone up past. Afghan governments relied heavily on international aid. Seventy five percent of the previous government's budget was covered by donor. Countries and the afghani currency was supported by almost weekly shipments of us dollars to kabul. The taliban have long supported themselves on the drug trade. Afghanistan is the world's top cultivator of the which heroine and opium are produced from. The taliban are not expected to push for the same level of international aid as past regimes. Babies and toddlers are more likely to transmit cove in nineteen then teenagers. That's what researchers from public health ontario in. Canada found in a recent study teens. Were four more likely to get the virus presumably because they leave the house more and interact with others. They made up thirty eight percent of the cases. The study looked at compared with twelve percent for babies and publishers but researchers found that kids aged zero to three years old. Were one point. Four three times more likely to transmit co vid than those aged fourteen to seventeen. The study took place last year before. Vaccines were administered to teenagers. Health experts emphasize that data does not necessarily mean babies and toddlers or more infectious than teens. That they may be more likely to transmit it to parents and caregivers because they're in close contact with them. Even when a baby is sick it's impossible to quarantine sin someone must take care of them. Cases and even hospitalizations for cove among children are on the rise but kids under the age of twelve or still not eligible to get vaccinated presidential biden said in july that younger children might be eligible this month but trials began in march for the pfizer and madonna vaccines for younger. Children and health experts expected those results. Sometime this fall and fda officials said last month that emergency use authorization for some younger age. Groups could come this winter sixty point. Two percent of americans or at least partially vaccinated against cove in nineteen with fifty one point one percent fully vaccinated. Minneapolis is again. Considering major changes to its police department. That comes more than a year after a failed push to do so following the police murder of george floyd there last summer residents in november will vote on a ballot question that would change the city's charter and create a department of public safety. Instead and city officials must finalise the ballot question and submitted by friday. If approved the new department would use a public health approach and include licensed peace officers if necessary it would also no longer be under the sole control of the mayor's office giving more oversight to the city council lord is back the new zealand popstar returns with her third studio album on friday and her first since thousand seventeen melodrama. That album was nominated for album of the year combining heartbreak and teenage interests while diving into pop anthems but her latest called. Solar power is much mellower. She's again collaborating with producer. Jack antonoff also known for his work with taylor swift. But this time she's throwing it influences ranging from classic rock like the eagles and the mamas. And the papas. To orrin be artists from her youth like natasha betting field and tlc lord told usa today. Quote i was tired after melodrama. It was a very intense album. And i felt i'd give it my all. I needed to just go and slow down at home. And i very much did that old. Navy's redefining its women's sizes. The company is calling the move bod equality..

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Taliban Declares 'Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan'

C-SPAN Programming

01:54 min | 5 months ago

Taliban Declares 'Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan'

"The Taliban officially declared the formation of the Islamic emirate of Afghanistan. And it comes on Afghanistan's Independence Day. Today. It's been 102 years since the end of British rule in 1919, a video compile ation posted at the Fox News website is captioned videos Maroun the Kabul airport and from the A Salvador at District of Kunar province show Afghans running for cover her As Taliban fighters opened fire during Independence Day protests. In that video posted at Fox News as the Pentagon and update on the ongoing effort to airlift US citizens and Afghans who aided the US out of the country. General Hank Taylor is deputy director of joint staff regional operations. U. S military footprint in Kabul has now more than 5200. Total troops on the ground. Kabul airport remains secure and open for flight operations. There are now multiple gates that have access for entry into the airfield, which will help expedite processing in a safe and orderly manner. In the past 24 hours. 13 C seventeen's arrived with additional troops and equipment. Also 12 C seventeen's departed. These flights contain more than 2000 passengers. These flights left Kabul and arrived at designated safe havens in staging Earth in the Centcom area of Operation Since the start of

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US Puts F-18 Jets on Standby in Kabul as Evacuation Chaos Continues

The DeMaio Report with Carl DeMaio and Lou Penrose

00:32 sec | 5 months ago

US Puts F-18 Jets on Standby in Kabul as Evacuation Chaos Continues

"18 jets on standby, Um in the evacuation chaos at the Kabul airport. Major General Hank Taylor. Taylor says the Jets are on standby if the need for air support arises to ensure the safety of U. S troops and operations, video footage and reports of the Taliban stopping people from getting to the airport. When asked about whether the planes would carry out airstrikes. Neither he nor Pentagon spokesman John Kirby, who was nearby provided an answer. 2000 people have been evacuated in the past 24 hours. He avoided a new restraining order filed

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Pentagon Says 7,000 Civilians Taken out of Kabul

AP News Radio

00:37 sec | 5 months ago

Pentagon Says 7,000 Civilians Taken out of Kabul

"The Pentagon says it is ramping up evacuations from Afghanistan the military says it has taken seven thousand civilians out the past five days and now has enough aircraft in Kabul to move up to nine thousand every day we're ready to increase throughput but Major General Hank Taylor says it'll depend on several things including the weather how many people have actually been process for departure and the Taliban there are reports militants have been trying to keep Afghan civilians from reaching the airport the Pentagon says they have not impeded Americans Sager mag ani Washington

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U.S. in Touch With Taliban on Kabul Evacuations

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 5 months ago

U.S. in Touch With Taliban on Kabul Evacuations

"As the Pentagon ramps up evacuations from Afghanistan needs in touch with Taliban leaders Taliban fighters are guarding the Kabul airport's perimeter and are talking with U. S. commanders inside the gates there have been discussions there is communication Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says they're a bit no new hostile encounters with the militants at the airport as the evacuations of Americans and Afghans continue the joint staff Major General Hank Taylor says the evacuation peace will pick up where you predict that our best effort could look like five thousand to nine thousand passengers departing per day though he says that could change based on the weather and security conditions Sager mag ani Washington

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