September 21, 2021

Pan Farthing spoke of leaving the Afghan staff behind when he fled Kabul Airport with cats and dogs.

Disappointed Brit Dead reunited with family He was scared he was killed in Kabul airport blast

Siddique Maroof’s two children were shown on the front page of The Sun holding their passports.

Hours after the photo was taken, a terrorist attack in the Afghan capital killed at least 170 people, including two Britons.

Siddique, a pizza shop worker, was most frightened as he traveled 4,000 miles from Bolton in an attempt to save his family.

But yesterday he returned with his daughter Asiya, six, and his three-year-old son, Tawid, after escaping the massacre.

Siddique, 29, was reunited with his wife Sultan Zari and two other children, Alia and Mustafa, for four months.

He told The Sun: “They waited there all day, from early morning until almost sunset, when the explosion happened. It was terrible, my children were very scared.

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Siddique Marofahil's children grab their passports through pictures on the front page of Asia and Tweed the Sun A few hours before the mob was targeted by what appears to be a suicide bomber Credit: Jerome Starky - The Sun
Siddique Marofahil’s children grab their passports through pictures on the front page of Asia and Tweed the Sun A few hours before the mob was targeted by what appears to be a suicide bomber Credit: Jerome Starky – The Sun

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