(KABUL) #Taliban Invasion Report: Taliban enter Kabul, as embassy documents are burned and officials leave meanwhile President vacates his post and leaves the country leaving capital in the control of a new regime #AceNewsDesk reports

#AceNewsReport – Aug.16: Now all eyes are on Kabul, as the militants entered the capital. Its advances are heightening concern that Afghanistan’s government will largely collapse, leaving the city an island surrounded by Taliban-controlled territory

#AceDailyNews says Afghanistan: US Embassy in Kabul starts destroying documents as #Taliban takeover over capital and president Ashraf Ghani evacuates the country to Tajikistan BBC News reported as government surrenders with overrun of three key cities in sweeping territorial gains,” by Susannah George, John Hudson, Rachel Pannett and Ezzatullah Mehrdad, Washington Post, August 13, 2021:

American officials here raced on Friday to prepare for a Taliban takeover. Inside the U.S. Embassy, diplomats began destroying classified documents and equipment on orders from embassy leadership. An internal memo, obtained by The Washington Post, implored staff to destroy sensitive materials using incinerators, disintegrators and “burn bins” present in the compound. The directive also called for the destruction of “embassy or agency logos, American flags, or items which could be misused in propaganda efforts.”…

#AceNewsDesk report ……Published: Aug.16: 2021:

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