Some 200 Afghan special visa holders and their families arrived in the U.S. Thursday. Many Afghans who worked with U.S. forces haven't left, and there have been reprisal killings by the Taliban.

Afghans Who Worked With Foreign Troops Face Reprisal Killings

By Quil Lawrence NPR
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