As the Biden administration scrambles to get US troops and nationals, as well as some Afghans, out of the Taliban-controlled country by August 31, other countries with troops under NATO command — including close US allies like Germany and the UK — are feeling extremely jilted. Forces from 36 countries remain in Afghanistan, and are relying on the US military — which controls the interior of Kabul's airport — to safely get out. As the clock ticks down, we take a look at which foreign nations have boots on the ground in Afghanistan.
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