1,450 Afghan kids were evacuated to the US without their parents. Some are still in limbo

A U.S. military service member hold the hands of an Afghan girl at Holloman Air Force Base in Alamogordo, New Mexico, on November 4, 2021. (CNN)An 8-year-old sobs every night after her aunt puts her to bed.

A 17-year-old wakes up clutching his pillow and calling out his little brother’s name.

And hundreds of children who remain in US government custody keep asking questions no one knows how to answer.They’re among the roughly 1,450 Afghan children who’ve been evacuated to the United States without their parents since August.Months after they arrived, it’s unclear when, how — or even if — some […]

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