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Editorial: Extend the special visa program for Afghan interpre...

By , AS THE American troop presence in Afghanistan winds down — the Marines recently departed Camp Leatherneck — Congress faces an important decision about the interpreters who served as the eyes and ears of the military in the long war. A ... Washington Post, 1 week ago

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​British Army abandoned Afghan war interpreters to resurgent Taliban

17:11 Reuters / Tim Wimborne The British army has been accused of abandoning Afghan interpreters, leaving them open to attacks by a resurgent Taliban, despite hundreds of requests for help. According to reports in The Times, more ...
 Russia Today2 weeks ago Just ONE Afghan interpreter who helped British forces has been allowed to move to the UK despite hundreds of requests from staff who have been threatened by Taliban  Capital Bay2 weeks ago UK Army 'Abandons' Afghan War Interpreters to Resurgent Taliban  Fars News Agency1 week ago
Daily News South Africa

Interview: The Underground Girls of Kabul

by Jenny Nordberg (Crown) When Swedish journalist Jenny Nordberg visited the home of an Afghan parliamentarian, she was surprised to hear one of the politician's daughters declare of another child she had assumed was her 6-year-old brother: It's ...
 Daily News South Africa3 weeks ago Book Talk: Women in Afghanistan, through a looking glass  The Witness3 weeks ago Jenny Nordberg, author of 'The Underground Girls of Kabul,' talks about Afghan girls who pose as boys  Christian Science Monitor1 month ago

Both Taliban, Afghan govt jubilant over foreign troops withdrawal from Logar

KABUL (AIP): As the NATO-led international forces are set to end their combat mission by the year end and a limited number of forces troops would remain in Afghanistan after 2014, both the Afghan government and Taliban have their own interpretation ...
 Frontier Post2 weeks ago
ACQ Magazine

Afghan translators left behind amid US troop withdrawal fear for their lives

01:41 Image from Thousands of Afghans who worked for the American military as interpreters have until the end of the year to apply for visas - many of them could be stranded or face death threats because of their ...
 Russia Today3 weeks ago

The TAPI project or the future of Afghanistan

in İstanbul, with a wide interest in the politics, history and culture of the Balkans and the Greater Middle East. He tweets at @theerimtanangle Published time: November 05, 2014 15:01 The term the "New Great Game", as a shorthand for ...
 Russia Today3 weeks ago Sandstorm in the Middle East  Cutting Edge News1 month ago

Afghan forces prepare to fight alone as foreign troops leave The online news portal of TV5 HELMAND/KANDAHAR AIR FIELD, Afghanistan - On watch for a possible Taliban attack, Afghan forces on Tuesday patrolled the perimeter and manned guard towers of a vast military base deserted by U.S. and ...
 Interaksyon4 weeks ago After Afghanistan: What next for the troops?  Mail & Guardian Online4 weeks ago Foreign fighters: Foreign to whom?  Yemen Times3 weeks ago

Afghan Interpreter Reveals How The Taliban Terrorized Him After He Helped The US

A former Afghan interpreter who now lives in the US started a Reddit AMA with the goal of shedding light on the nightmarish process that Afghans who worked for coalition forces must go through in order to secure a visa. Asked how he felt about ...
 Austin American Statesman1 month ago
Business Insider

Afghan Who Helped US Describes Sheer Terror Of Being A Taliban Target

Screenshot/ "FNU," First Name Unknown, Mohammad was an interpreter for the US military in Afghanistan from 2008 to 2012. During this time, he was fired upon multiple times by the Taliban as he attempted to provide unparalleled human ...
 Business Insider1 month ago
Deutsche Welle

Afghan Bundeswehr helpers denied asylum in Germany, despite threat to lives

The 1,650 Afghan employees, mostly interpreters, of the German military and the German Society for International Cooperation - or GIZ - during the Bundeswehr's mission in Afghanistan are being denied safe haven in Germany, despite being threatened ...
 Deutsche Welle1 month ago
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