‘They Are Terrified’ Maryland Family Desperate To Help Relatives Escape AfghanistanFor the Salehi family’s loved ones In Afghanistan, the immediate lifeline for escape is gone as the United States has now withdrawn from the country.
‘He Is My Brother’ Maryland Veteran Turns To France To Help His Former Translator Escape Taliban Rule In AfghanistanMarine Corps veteran Mike Wilson worked for weeks to get his translator out of Afghanistan. They served side by side in combat in the Helmand Province for two years.
Senators Ben Cardin & Chris Van Hollen Release Statements Following Terrorist Attack In KabulSenator Ben Cardin released a statement following the terrorist attack in Kabul, Afghanistan.
Lutheran Immigration And Refugee Service Collecting Donations For Afghan Allies, RefugeesThe Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service will launch a donation drive to support Afghan allies and refugees the Baltimore nonprofit is helping to resettle. As the U.S. government evacuates thousands from Kabul, LIRS expects an increased need for community support.
Congressman Ruppersberger Releases Statement Supporting Withdrawal From AfghanistanAs Taliban forces continue their sweep through Afghanistan, Congressman Dutch Ruppersberger on Monday released a statement supporting the Biden administration's withdrawal from the country and calling the safety of American personnel on the ground the "number one priority."
Carnage As Taliban Bomber Hits Afghan Police ConvoyMore than 30 people were killed Thursday when at least one suicide bomber attacked a convoy of buses transporting police recruits in Afghanistan to the capital city, an Afghan official tells CBS News.
Flags Lowered In Md. In Memory Of SoldierMaryland Gov. Martin O'Malley has ordered that the United States and state flags be flown at half-staff in memory of a soldier killed in Afghanistan.