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Amnesty International has condemned the violent executions of Hazara men by the Taliban last month, warning that these killings represent a ‘tiny fraction of the total death toll inflicted by the Taliban'.
Western countries have expressed concern over reported killings and disappearances of former members of the Afghan security forces after the Taliban took power in Afghanistan in August, accusations that the group denies.
People have ventured out into the streets in Kabul amid ongoing fears, as the Taliban tried to reassure women and officials from the former Afghan government
European states are being urged to halt sending refugees back to Afghanistan over concerns of an unfolding human rights crisis due to the growing threat of the Taliban.
Afghan interpreters who worked for the Netherlands have been summoned to appear in court by the Taliban who have threatened their families, Dutch public television said.
The message from one of the Taliban's most senior ministers underlines the problems Afghanistan's new rulers have sometimes had in controlling fighting forces as they transition from an insurgency to a peacetime administration.