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‘There is no help here’: US puts just 100 passengers on Afghanistan evacuation planes that can take 600

A CBS reporter was on board one of the US jets that took off on Tuesday night. She said there were 300 people on board - half the number that were removed on the same type of jet on Sunday

Stranded Americans Say They Can’t Get To Airport And Taliban Becomes More Violent



US cargo planes that can carry 600 people each left Kabul with just 100 on board on Tuesday night in another shocking display of incompetence from Western governments who have promised to save tens of thousands of people from the increasingly threatening Taliban in Afghanistan.

Overnight, 18 C-17 US Air Force jets left Kabul carrying 2,000 people in total including 365 Americans.

One of them that was filmed by a CBS journalist on board was carrying around 300 people including translators, women and children. It leaves 1,700 that were removed on the remaining 17 jets – an average of 100 per flight.

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