Ramstein Base Has 200 Afghan Refugees Marked ‘Red’, Subject to Further Checks, Pentagon Says
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - About 200 of the 30,000 Afghan refugees processed at the US Ramstein base in Germany are now under further background checks, Gen. Mark Milley, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, told Fox News.

"I think they've had a couple of hundred ... who popped 'red,'" Milley said on Saturday, explaining that the usual processing includes name checks, biometrics and fingerprints.

If an individual is marked "red," they are subject to FBI checks, but "in many of the cases they end up being cleared," Milley told Fox News.

The general said the US is going to continue monitoring the situation in Afghanistan, where, according to him, a civil war is likely to develop following the Taliban’s* takeover of Kabul on 15 August and the completion of US troop withdrawal on 31 August.

"I think there's at least a very good probability of a broader civil war and that will then, in turn, lead to conditions that could, in fact, lead to a reconstitution of al-Qaeda* or a growth of Daesh or other myriad of terrorist groups," he told Fox News, saying that "a resurgence of terrorism coming out of that general region within 12, 24, 36 months" was likely.

More than 25,000 Afghan refugees evacuated from Afghanistan after the Taliban took over are being housed in US military bases. According to Milley, the Ramstein base in Germany has already processed about 30,000 individuals.

On Friday, a senior military official said that a vast majority of the refugees are asylum seekers. Earlier this week, a US State Department official said initial information indicated that a majority of Afghans who had applied for US visas were left behind in Afghanistan.

According to US media reports, Afghan evacuees who arrived without visas will only be eligible for 90 days of limited assistance from the US federal government including a one-time payment of $1,250.

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(ANSA) - ROMA, 28 AGO - "Molte" delle persone morte nell'attentato all'aeroporto di Kabul "sono state uccise dai soldati americani" nella calca e nella confusione seguita alle esplosioni. Lo riferisce l'inviato in Afghanistan della Bbc riportando le parole di alcuni testimoni.

"Ho visto militari americani e dietro di loro militari turchi. Gli spari arrivavano da lì, dalle torri", ha raccontato il fratello di una delle vittime, un tassista afghano che era arrivato da Londra per cercare di salvare la sua famiglia. Il Dipartimento della Difesa Usa non ha risposto alla richiesta della Bbc di commentare queste affermazioni. (ANSA).

(ANSA) - ローマ、8月28日 - カブール空港での攻撃で死亡した人々の「多く」は、爆発後の群衆や混乱の中で「米兵に殺された」としている。これは、BBCのアフガニスタン特派員が、何人かの目撃者の言葉をもとに報じたものである。



Civilians were allegedly shot & killed by US forces during Kabul airport bombing mayhem, eyewitnesses tell BBC
Some of the dozens of civilians reportedly killed in a suicide blast outside Kabul’s airport may have been shot by US soldiers amid the chaos caused by the deadly explosion, according to the BBC.
Eyewitnesses who survived Thursday’s attack, which claimed at least 95 lives and left 150 people wounded, told the British public broadcaster that not everyone who died that day had been killed by the suicide bomber.

Mohammed, a taxi driver from London, had traveled to Kabul to help his family secure safe passage out of the Afghan capital. He and his wife were killed in the explosion outside the airport’s Abbey Gate, while two of their children remain missing. His brother and others interviewed by the BBC’s correspondent in Kabul said that their family and relatives weren’t killed in the blast, but by gunfire in the resulting “confusion.” Mohammed’s brother claimed that the firing came from the direction where US soldiers guarding the airport’s perimeter were stationed.

One Afghan who spoke to the BBC claimed that a civilian who had worked with American forces was shot to death by foreign soldiers in the aftermath of the suicide blast.

“The guy [had] served [the] US army for years. And the reason he lost his life – he wasn’t killed by the Taliban. He wasn’t killed by ISIS,” the man said, adding that the victim was found with a bullet hole in his head with no other injuries.

The Pentagon didn’t comment when contacted by the BBC.
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Our report from last night on the awful ISIS attack outside Kabul airport as families still search Kabul's morgues for their loved ones..

Many we spoke to, including eyewitnesses, said significant numbers of those killed were shot dead by US forces in the panic after the blast

Thursday’s bombing came just days before the US deadline for leaving Afghanistan on August 31. Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS) claimed responsibility for the attack, which left 13 US service members dead, and more than a dozen others wounded. On Friday, UK Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab said that two British citizens and a child of another British national were killed in the suicide bombing. It was initially believed that the attack involved a second explosion at the nearby Baron Hotel, but the Pentagon later clarified that there was only one blast.

The US Central Command (CENTCOM) said in a statement released early Saturday morning that the American military had carried out a drone strike targeting an IS-affiliated “planner.” CENTCOM said that “initial indications” showed that the target was killed and that there were no known civilian casualties.

The staggering death toll from Thursday’s bombing has led to renewed criticisms of Washington’s seemingly disorganized and haphazard evacuation efforts, following the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan in mid-August. Before the attack, at least a dozen people had already been killed in and around the airport since the Taliban captured Kabul on August 15. Several victims are believed to have been shot, while others may have died in a stampede. At least two people allegedly fell to their deaths while trying to cling to the outside of a plane taking off from the airport.

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