A backlog at any point in the global chain risks triggering a humanitarian collapse or violence. Friday’s break in evacuations, for example, quickly increased the amount of congestion in Kabul, with more than 10,000 people packed into the airport at some point early Saturday, according to a person who worked with the U.S. government to coordinate the evacuation. A defense official who spoke on condition of anonymity because of the sensitivity of the problem said the number of evacuees at the airport grew from around 10,000 on Friday, but declined to say how much larger the amount was on Saturday.
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