‘I have no words’ – Former Royal Marine ‘ashamed’ of situation in Afghanistan

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Former Royal Marines Commando Paul ‘Pen’ Farthing says there’s “absolute panic” in Kabul as “thousands” of people from across Afghanistan seek refuge in the capital.

Mr Farthing said there’s “no words to describe the hurt, the upset and the confusion” after the UK withdrew it’s troops from the country.

The Prime Minister Boris Johnson is to convene an emergency Cobra meeting as Tablian fighters continue to make advances across the country.

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