Taliban goes against its promise, targets Afghans who helped US, NATO
Taliban is conducting a search for people who assisted United States and NATO forces, this is despite the no-revenge promise by the group.
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is a military alliance between 30 European and North American countries.
A United Nations (UN) document authored by threat-assessment consultants said the Taliban drew a list of persons to be arrested.
The Norwegian Center for Global Analyses, a body that works with UN agencies, produced the report.
The main targets of the Taliban are certain personnel in Afghan military, police and intelligence units.
The militants have threatened to arrest family members to force those “wanted” come out from hiding.
They are screening commuters heading to Kabul airport, with checkpoints set up in major cities.
The report added that the Taliban has embarked on recruitment of new members amid fears of radicalization of uncooperative citizens.
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