Commercial Services From Kabul Airport Gradually Resume

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A PIA aircraft pictured Sept. 13 at KBL, the first commercial international flight since the Taliban retook power in August.
Credit: Aamir Qureshi/AFP/Getty Images
Commercial international airline activity to Afghanistan has restarted for the first time since mid-August when the Taliban declared that it had taken control of the country’s capital. According to multiple news agencies, a Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) Boeing 777-200 landed at Kabul’s Hamid...

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