Officials have not released details about the nature of the assault, but violence is an ongoing problem for female soldiers.
In the wake of the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, Afghans who escaped are in the middle of a long and exhausting journey to their new homes.
Refugees can't even furnish an apartment with the funds the US government provides, one agency leader told Insider.
The Taliban said Afghans with valid passports and visas would be allowed to leave the country, but passport offices are closed.
"The situation on the ground continues to be extremely dangerous, and the threat of terrorist attacks on the airport remains high," Biden said.
Delta pilot Alexander Kahn told CNN the flight attendants wouldn't let the pilots pay them back for the supplies.
Prince, a Trump ally and founder Blackwater Worldwide, said he'll charge extra to transport passengers to the airport from their homes in Kabul.
Two dozen California students are currently stranded in Afghanistan, The San Diego Union-Tribune reported. The school district notified parents through a text.
Haroon Zarify told Denver7 that amid the chaos at Kabul's airport, he didn't feel safe enough to tell the soldier he was from the US.
Erol Kekic told Insider his organization, World Church Service, expects to aid around 10,000 Special Immigrant Visa recipients from Afghanistan.
The "ALLIES Act" would increase the number of special immigration visas given to Afghans who've aided the US military from 11,000 to 19,000.