GREENWICH — Fearing torture and death at the hands of the Taliban, two Afghan men had to make a heartbreaking plea: to leave the country, even if it meant leaving their wives and children behind.
The chaos and tragedy of the fall of the Afghan government last summer, when the United States withdrew its troops and the Taliban took over, fascinated the world.
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