Tag: Afganistán

The Cost of the Afghan War to Workers and Taxpayers

Brown University’s Costs of War Project estimates that the US has spent some $2.26 trillion on the war in Afghanistan over the past two decades. More than 100,000 Afghan civilians, tens of thousands of Afghan security forces personnel and Taliban fighters, about 3,500 US and NATO troops and 4,000+ Western mercenaries were killed in that time, with hundreds of thousands more injured, and millions becoming refugees.

Which part of Nein don’t migrant and liberals not understand

Over 230,000 foreigners in Germany are ordered to be deported but are allowed to remain under ‘tolerated resident’ status. In the first half of 2021, security authorities in Saxony initiated investigations into around 2,500 criminal offences committed by foreigners, including a number of serious ones, even though these aliens had already been ordered to leave Germany but have been allowed to remain under ‘tolerated’ status.

Council refuses to take any Afghan refugees due to its own housing crisis

A COUNCIL has been praised for refusing to take any Afghan refugees, because it wants to prioritise its own crisis situation for its own people. Torbay Council says the area already faces a housing crisis and so it cannot make room for Afghans in need of sanctuary. However, the government has called on local authorities to ask them to provide accommodation for up 20,000 refugees.