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Afghanistan welcomes Human Rights Watch Report on Taliban’s Atrocities

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Kabul: July 25, 2021- (TDI): The Foreign Ministry of Afghanistan has hailed a recent report by Human Rights Watch and other reputable independent sources. The report highlights the Taliban’s violence and killings.

According to independent sources, Taliban troops commit inexcusable crimes in regions under their control which include unlawful detentions, arbitrary murders, torture of civilians, forced marriages, and breaches of basic rights of citizens particularly women. Afghan government applauded the attempts of independent international organizations to validate the Taliban’s failure to comply with international obligations and the Doha peace agreement. The government emphasizes the holding of a Human Rights Council’s meeting and the dispatch of a UN fact-finding mission to investigate various grave crimes of the Taliban.

The Government of Afghanistan urged the international community, human rights organizations, and the International Criminal Court (ICC) to work together in preventing despicable crimes committed by the Taliban and punishing those responsible to put an end to the culture of violence in Afghanistan.

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