No. Following the Afghanistan evacuation that began in summer 2021, more than 76,000 Afghans came to the U.S. after being vetted, The Wall Street Journal reported.
Ten female students at the UW-Milwaukee thought they had full scholarships. Now the Afghan evacuees are scrambling to pay for school.
Wisconsin is in a labor crunch. Evacuees and other immigrants can help — if they can navigate transportation and other obstacles.
Living 120 miles apart, family shares hopes and anxieties while navigating ‘chaotic’ resettlement process
NPR photojournalist David P. Gilkey was killed June 5, 2016 while on assignment in Afghanistan. WCIJ’s multimedia director Coburn Dukehart was his former editor and friend. She remembers him here.