The woman said the Taliban was apparently going door-to-door "trying to see if anybody has the blue passport."
"There will be no issue about the women's rights—no problem about their education, their work," Taliban spokesperson Suhail Shaheen said a day earlier.
"Where's the rest of the media? Is there really going to only be one story about this before they get released into our country?" the former president's son tweeted.
The Fox News host said the Pentagon and State Department "hate" Biden for ending the long conflict.
As with other authoritarian states, the democratic world must support Afghan rights defenders and hold the Taliban accountable for abuses.
Senior Taliban official Anas Haqqani told Newsweek that "there are attempts" between his group's political bureau and the U.S. special envoy to free Mark Frerichs, "which I hope will be successful."
"The world is watching the defeat of the U.S. and NATO's military might," Saleh said, "... a defeat in the hands of a Pakistan-based, Pakistan-backed and Pakistan-led group."
CEO Saad Mohseni said the network made the decision to replace the programs because "we didn't think that they'd be acceptable to the new regime."
"Freedom is our motto. It makes us proud," said the sign of an Afghan woman who took part in a women's rights demonstration in Afghanistan's capital Kabul.
EU foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said the bloc would establish a "joint European Union presence" in Kabul if the Taliban does not meet its conditions.
"They are talking about it, about the gunfire, and being scared of the Taliban, but we hope they forget all that," Yousef said of his wife and children.
Taliban fighters spent 20 years seeking to return to power, a goal they finally accomplished recently. But sustaining an insurgency is not the same thing as running an even semi-competent government.
"We plan to go to a safe place but it's not clear what we will see in the future. We are seeking help from NGOs to get us out," a former Afghan governor said.
"We are fighting international terrorism right now, all alone, which we feel abandoned," Afghanistan National Resistance Front spokesperson Ali Nazary told Newsweek.
Former Afghan politicians told Newsweek the U.S. is responsible for the country's sudden collapse into chaos and Taliban rule.
"We want the world to hear us and we want our rights to be saved," said Friba Kabrzani, one of the protest's organizers.
"You could tell that they were just relieved to be out of there and that their mission was accomplished," said Air Force Captain Kirby Wedan.
China's Foreign Ministry echoed remarks by Russian President Vladimir Putin, who said the United States had achieved "zero" during its 20 years in Afghanistan.
Sensible rulings from the ICC at the outset of the Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan 2.0 could help the international community understand the criminals it will be dealing with.
One attempt to rescue the girls was foiled by the suicide bombing at the Kabul airport last week, which killed 169 Afghans and 13 U.S. service members.
The last U.S. military plane left Kabul this week, ending two decades of war and 17 days of a hasty withdrawal that turned deadly in its final days.
The president of the American University of Afghanistan told Newsweek that over 1,000 other students, staff and their relatives are trying to get out.
Biden has supported reducing troops on the ground for years, advising President Obama to limit involvement there back in 2009, even as Obama's generals were recommending an increased American presence, as discussed in this excerpt from David Loyn's new book, 'The Long War.'
Mullin is reported to have asked permission to enter Tajikistan with a large amount of cash in order to get a woman and her four children out of Afghanistan.
President Biden has defended the way U.S. troops withdrew from Afghanistan despite the Taliban takeover of the country and an ISIS-K attack on Kabul's airport. Follow Newsweek's liveblog for all the latest.
Representative Lisa McClain of Michigan introduced the bill Tuesday along with a bipartisan group of 158 co-sponsors.
"I was not going to extend a forever war, and I was not extending a forever exit," Biden said during the address.