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Taliban militants behead the acting provincial human rights chief of Ghor

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Khaama Press
Khaama Press
Khaama Press is a Kabul-based independent and non-political news organization established in 2010.

The Taliban militants have beheaded the acting chief of the regional human rights commission of Ghor province of Afghanistan.

The local officials confirmed that the Taliban militants beheaded Abdul Samad Amiri, the acting chief of the regional human rights commission of Ghor province earlier today.

Deputy provincial governor of Ghor Habibullah Radmanish confirmed that the dead body of Mr. Amiri was discovered along the Kabul-Ghor highway on Thursday morning.

Radmanish further added that the Taliban militants had abducted Mr. Amiri from Jalrez district of Maidan Wardak province three days earlier.

Meanwhile, officials in Independent Human Rights Commission of Afghanistan have said that Mr. Amiri was not decapitated but the militants shot him to death after abducting him.

The Taliban group has not commented in this regard so far.

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  1. You will be happy to know that many of your past leaders and bureaucrats are building palaces in the USA just outside Washington, DC.
    Not large homes, but Palaces fit for kings on vast estates.
    Business must be very good in Afghanistan.
    The home of the first President of the USA would be a dog house compared to these things.
    It looks like all those $ Billions the USA spent in your country were put to good use.
    Strange how all those schools, highways, etc. that were built with USA money simply disappeared without a trace after they were finished.


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