Following the collapse of the previous government and severe international sanctions, the country's humanitarian crisis has only deepened.
How, and whether, the Taliban allow the world to offer aid remains in question.
At least 1,500 were also injured by the temblor.
Those who have a clear path to the U.S. face a slow processing time, while thousands of others have no idea where they'll end up.
The order is "final and non-negotiable."
The former president also failed to offer any condolences or express sadness about the racist mass shootings in Buffalo, New York.
The decree calls for women to only show their eyes.
Eight months into temporary status, Afghan evacuees in the U.S. only have limited — and difficult — options to stay in the U.S. permanently.
Journalists who were detained and beaten after covering a women’s protest tell their stories of fleeing the country and starting anew in the U.S.
Janti Soeripto, president and CEO of Save the Children, talked to HuffPost about what she learned on a recent trip to Afghanistan.