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Taliban takeover: Afghans in B.C. concerned for loved ones back home



With their home country in chaos, Afghan Canadians living in B.C. are worried for the future of their family and friends overseas and wondering how and when Canada will help. NATO says it’s assisting in keeping Kabul airport open to facilitate evacuations but thousands are stranded and fearing the Taliban will hunt them down. Kristen Robinson reports.



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