, Photos show how tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are making their way from Kabul to their new homes, The Nzuchi Times News

Photos show how tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are making their way from Kabul to their new homes

, Photos show how tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are making their way from Kabul to their new homes, The Nzuchi Times News
A Red Cross worker caresses an Afghan child in an Italian Red Cross refugee camp, in Avezzano, Italy, Tuesday, Aug. 31, 2021. This quarantine camp in Abruzzo, central Italy, where 1,250 migrants are hosted, is expected to close in a week as the quarantine expires and they are moved to other structures to apply for asylum.
  • Afghan refugees are being relocated around the world after fleeing the new Taliban rule.
  • Processing camps show groups of Afghans living close together in tents while awaiting transfer.
  • Some Afghans were separated from the rest of their families in transit or before they left Kabul.
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Following last month’s Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, many Afghans attempted to flee the brutal militant group. Some managed to escape to countries close and far for processing, before heading to a more permanent destination. This processing center in Qatar is one of many around the world.
, Photos show how tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are making their way from Kabul to their new homes, The Nzuchi Times News
US Secretary of State Antony Blinken visits an Afghan refugee processing center in Doha on September 7.

Once processed at US military bases, refugees could live in tents until a more permanent location becomes available. Here’s a camp inside the Ramstein Air Base in Germany.

, Photos show how tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are making their way from Kabul to their new homes, The Nzuchi Times News
Refugees stay at a camp inside of Ramstein Air Base.

An aerial view shows the scale of Ramstein’s refugee camp and how many refugees it can hold at once. The State Department said the US and allied countries evacuated 124,000 people from Kabul, including 6,000 US citizens.

, Photos show how tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are making their way from Kabul to their new homes, The Nzuchi Times News
An aerial view of the Afghan refugee camp inside Ramstein military base in Germany.

Source: US State Department

Depending on location, Afghan refugees face varying conditions on their journey.

, Photos show how tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are making their way from Kabul to their new homes, The Nzuchi Times News
In Pakistan, Afghan refugees take cover in makeshift tents used as shelter.

Refugee holding facilities and processing centers are operating around the world as some countries work together to facilitate the safe transfer of Afghans.

, Photos show how tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are making their way from Kabul to their new homes, The Nzuchi Times News
Refugees disembark from a US air force aircraft after an evacuation flight from Kabul at the Rota naval base in southern Spain on August 31. Spain agreed to host up to 4,000 Afghans who will be airlifted by the United States to airbases in Rota and Moron de la Frontera.

London’s mayor displayed a welcome message on a billboard in Piccadilly Circus as Afghan refugees arrive in the city this week.

, Photos show how tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are making their way from Kabul to their new homes, The Nzuchi Times News
"London welcomes refugees," the city's mayor shared on a billboard.

Displaced Afghans are arriving at various locations across the US as more than a dozen governors from both parties announced last month that they would host refugees.

, Photos show how tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are making their way from Kabul to their new homes, The Nzuchi Times News
Refugees walk through the departure terminal at Dulles International Airport on August 31 in Dulles, Virginia.

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, Photos show how tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are making their way from Kabul to their new homes, The Nzuchi Times News

From Kabul, Afghan refugees have been transported to the Gulf, Asia, Europe, and North America, among other locations. Some Afghans were separated form the rest of their families in transit, or even before leaving Kabul. Azim Kakaie, 34, arrived in Utah but his wife is still in Germany.

, Photos show how tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are making their way from Kabul to their new homes, The Nzuchi Times News
Azim Kakaie, 34, was the first Afghan refugee to arrive in Utah. He worked as an air-traffic controller in Kabul before fleeing the country. His wife, who was beaten by the Taliban as she tried to flee, is in Germany now.

Refugees coming to the US undergo intense screening before entering the country. Wherever they end up, it’s a long and winding journey until they reach their new homes.

, Photos show how tens of thousands of Afghan refugees are making their way from Kabul to their new homes, The Nzuchi Times News
Army Pfc. Kimberly Hernandez gives a high-five to a girl evacuated from Kabul, Afghanistan, before boarding a bus after they arrived at Washington Dulles International Airport, in Chantilly, Virginia, on Aug. 30, 2021.

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