Online video reveals destroyed personal computers dumped by NATO in Afghanistan

Movie posted by a US contractor in Kabul shows destroyed pcs still left behind in overflowing bins guiding a building made use of by NATO as Taliban fighters took about the Afghan funds.

“So this space is known as Circuit City,” the soldier filming the rows of discarded computer system pieces says, including that the scene was appropriate exterior the key headquarters of the Worldwide Safety Assistance Force mission.

Staffers at the US Embassy in Kabul were instructed to get rid of all sensitive facts prior to their evacuation.
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ISAF was a NATO-led protection mission in Afghanistan recognized by the United Nations in 2001 to train neighborhood forces and guide in rebuilding federal government establishments.

The power, now termed Resolute Guidance Mission, commenced withdrawing troops in Might amid the danger of the resurgent Taliban, but some have remained in position to deal with evacuations from Kabul, in accordance to experiences cited by Storyful.

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The gadgets have been still left outdoors the major headquarters of the Worldwide Security Guidance Drive mission.
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NATO reported it was preserving its diplomatic presence in Kabul and serving to to continue to keep the worldwide airport working.

“NATO is supporting maintain Kabul airport open to aid and coordinate evacuations,” NATO Secretary-Standard Jens Stoltenberg said on Twitter.

On Sunday, a NATO official told Reuters that the alliance “is regularly evaluating developments in Afghanistan.”

Taliban co-founder Abdul Ghani Baradar on Monday declared victory and an end to the decades-long war in Afghanistan.
Taliban co-founder Abdul Ghani Baradar on Monday declared victory and an conclude to the a long time-lengthy war in Afghanistan.
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The official additional that the safety of the alliance’s personnel was paramount and that NATO would continue to regulate as essential.

Visuals of the destroyed components emerged just after staffers at the US Embassy in Kabul have been instructed to get rid of all sensitive info right before their evacuation.

Hundreds of people gather outside the international airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, amid the Taliban's takeover in the country.
Hundreds of people today obtain outside the intercontinental airport in Kabul, Afghanistan, amid the Taliban’s takeover in the country.
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A memo circulated among embassy staffers final week told them to destroy documents and desktop desktops, National Public Radio reported.

Taliban fighters patrol in Jalalabad, Afghanistan today.
Taliban fighters patrol in Jalalabad, Afghanistan right now.
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