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Four Afghan evacuees have arrived in Japan from Afghanistan as refugees following the Taliban’s return to power, with the government arranging for more evacuees to enter the country, the Foreign Ministry said Monday.

The evacuees — a local worker for the Japan International Cooperation Agency in Afghanistan and the worker’s family members — arrived at Narita Airport near Tokyo on Sunday evening, becoming the first Afghan refugees in Japan after the Taliban’s takeover.

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