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Government criticised following 'suicide' of war translator facing deportation

Government criticised following 'suicide' of war translator fa...

The Government has been accused of "shameful" treatment of Afghan war translators over the case of an interpreter who reportedly killed himself while facing deportation from Britain. Nangyalai Dawoodzai is understood to have worked for the British ... Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 3 hours ago
Free Beacon

Latest Defense Bill Could Decimate Visa Program for Afghan Allies

Afghan interpreters who worked with the FBI, the State Department, and other U.S. agencies in Afghanistan could be deemed ineligible for U.S. visas by the 2017 defense appropriation bill, according to advocacy groups. Under the Special Immigrant ...
 Free Beacon3 days ago New Defense Bill May Block Visas for Afghans Who've Worked for the US  Sputnik3 days ago

'I Lived in Bulgarian Forest for Days': Afghan Interpreter's Trek to Europe

His employers promised him and his family safe passage toEurope but, asit turned outthose promises were just empty words. Ehsan did manage toget toEurope butwithout any help fromhis employers. He was faced withimmense difficulty. Talking abouthis ...
 Sputnik1 week ago

Diggers' Afghan translator builds new life in Newcastle after fleeing Taliban

Related Story: Mission to save interpreter from Afghanistan's Taliban With its sparkling harbour and busy suburban streets, the New South Wales city of Newcastle is a stark contrast to the arid desert and perilous terrain of ...
 ABC Online2 weeks ago
DNA India

World T20, England v/s Afghanistan: Coach Inzamam-ul-Haq roots for top-level exposure for Afghans

Afghanistan's captain Asghar Stanikzai (R) interacts with coach Inzamam-ul-Haq during a training session at Feroj Shah Kotla cricket ground in New Delhi on March 22, 2016.Afghanistan will play their World T20 cricket match against England on March ...
 DNA India1 month ago Afghans fall behind in exposure  Oman Tribune1 month ago Afghan team has talent, just need more exposure, says Inzy  Gulf Times1 month ago ICC World T20: Afghanistan needs more exposure, says Inzamam  Deccan Chronicle1 month ago

Lithuania Takes In Afghan Migrant Who Worked For Its Troops

Lithuania took in a young Afghan migrant who worked as an interpreter for Lithuanian troops in Afghanistan after he reached out for help on YouTube. Lithuania provided Abdul Basir Yoususi with a temporary visa that paves the way for asylum for ...
 Radio Free Europe3 weeks ago AFP - Europe-migrants-Lithuania-Afghanistan  Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago Lithuania welcomes Afghan who reached out on social media  Yahoo! UK and Ireland3 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Kerry presses Afghan leaders on unity, no US troop changes

Kabul : Afghan President Ashraf Ghani on Sunday committed to pushing reforms after his picks for attorney general and interior minister won long-sought Cabinet confirmation, while US Secretary of State John Kerry pleaded with the government's ...
 Deccan Chronicle3 weeks ago Kerry presses Afghan rivals to unite over reforms  San Francisco Chronicle3 weeks ago John Kerry presses Afghan leaders on unity; no US troop changes  DNA India3 weeks ago

Afghan interpreter lands in Canada, chats with Don Cherry

TORONTO - James Akam's first phone call on Canadian soil was about as Canadian as it gets. I want to personally thank you for how you supported our troops for all those years, said hockey legend Don Cherry, who called my cellphone after the first ...
 Canoe Money2 weeks ago Afghan interpreter finally arrives in Canada, gets call from Don Cherry  Canoe Money2 weeks ago Afghan interpreter all poised to land in Canada  Frontier Post2 weeks ago

Afghan interpreter finally coming to Canada

Some things are worth waiting for. Other things are worth
 CNEWS2 weeks ago
Al Jazeera

Afghan interpreter: 'Taliban don't wait to kill you'

Wahdat worked as an interpreter for the US military in Afghanistan from 2010 to 2014, beginning the job when he was 17. Now unemployed, he lives in hiding in Kabul, fearful of the Taliban, who have threatened his life multiple times because he ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland3 weeks ago
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