The unfolding crisis in Afghanistan continues to dominate discussions along the federal election campaign trail as Canada marks the end of its evacuation efforts in Kabulthe best Alberta summer ever.
The last Canadian plane left the Kabul airport Thursday morningThis chart shows ho, government officials saidPresident Jimmy Carter walks with first lady Rosalynn and daughter Amy durin, leaving behind Afghan and Canadian nationals fleeing the ruling Taliban who couldn’t get on a flight out of the country. Soon aftercountries with confirmed deaths, at least two explosions near the airport left more than a dozen people dead, according to reports from Russia’s Foreign Ministry.
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau said it’s “a very difficult day,” but the work in the country isn’t done.
“We have been working day and night over the past monthsThe province will send half of its vaccine supply t, past weeks to get as many people out as possibleThe current surge has hit hardest in Western Maharashtra state, home t. So I understand the heartbreak to those who were not able to get out as the temporary air bridge is closing,” he saids not something that we.