Afghan who helped the US military makes it to safety

The World

On Monday, Mohammad Azim Nekzad was afraid for his life, holed up in a room in Kabul, Afghanistan. Nekzad worked for six years with US Army Special forces removing land mines. He later became a radio DJ with the US, engaged in propaganda and psychological warfare targeting the Taliban. On Wednesday, he decided to make a break for the airport. He made it inside and is being flown to safety.