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... earlier this week on the main highway between southern Kandahar and Uruzgan provinces. The insurgent group, in a statement issued Friday, said the fate of the remaining hostages will be determined by the relevant Taliban department. It claimed an Uruzgan government spokesman is among them.
While the Afghan government claims to have zero tolerance for child abusers in their security forces, Uruzgan government spokesman Dost Mohammad Nayab confirmed that nearly every provincial checkpoint had a bacha. He fears that if they remove child sex slaves, officers will abandon their posts.

He described “an illiterate former highway patrol commander [who] has grown stronger than the government of Oruzgan Province, not only supplanting its role in providing security but usurping its other functions, his rivals say, like appointing public employees and doling out government largess. His fighters ...
In little more than two years, Mr. Matiullah, an illiterate former highway patrol commander, has grown stronger than the government of Oruzgan Province, not only supplanting its role in providing security but usurping its other functions, his rivals say, like appointing public employees and doling out ...
While the Afghan government claims to have zero tolerance for child abusers in their security forces, Uruzgan government spokesman Dost Mohammad Nayab confirmed that nearly every provincial checkpoint had a bacha. He fears that if they remove child sex slaves, officers will abandon their posts.
He described “an illiterate former highway patrol commander [who] has grown stronger than the government of Oruzgan Province, not only supplanting its role in providing security but usurping its other functions, his rivals say, like appointing public employees and doling out government largess. His fighters ...

In little more than two years, Mr. Matiullah, an illiterate former highway patrol commander, has grown stronger than the government of Oruzgan Province, not only supplanting its role in providing security but usurping its other functions, his rivals say, like appointing public employees and doling out ...
An investigation conducted by AFP has revealed an epidemic of young boys being kidnapped by US-backed police in Afghanistan, to be kept ...
A former Oruzgan government spokesman, Mustafa Kazemi, said the Afghan forces were not being properly supplied. "I was speaking to one ...
He described “an illiterate former highway patrol commander [who] has grown stronger than the government of Oruzgan Province, not only ...

In little more than two years, Mr. Matiullah, an illiterate former highway patrol commander, has grown stronger than the government of Oruzgan ...
An investigation conducted by AFP has revealed an epidemic of young boys being kidnapped by US-backed police in Afghanistan, to be kept ...
A former Oruzgan government spokesman, Mustafa Kazemi, said the Afghan forces were not being properly supplied. "I was speaking to one ...
He described “an illiterate former highway patrol commander [who] has grown stronger than the government of Oruzgan Province, not only ...
In little more than two years, Mr. Matiullah, an illiterate former highway patrol commander, has grown stronger than the government of Oruzgan ...
Lashkar Gah, Afghanistan // Quivering with rage, Shirin holds a photo of his teenage brother-in-law, who now lives as the plaything of policemen after being abducted from his home in southern Helmand earlier this year.


 

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