Geneva: The United Nations said on Tuesday that because Taliban has “credible accuses” in Afghanistan since the Taliban in August, the most of the country’s new rulers.
The United Nations Aeri-NASHIF said that because the Taliban announced on August 15th on August 15, she was deeply shocked.
“Between August and November, we received credible allegations of more than 100 killings of former Afghan national security forces and others associated with the former government,” she told the UN Human Rights Council.
“At least 72 of these killings,” she said, were “attributed to the Taliban”.
“In several cases, the bodies were publicly displayed. This has exacerbated fear among this sizeable category of the population,” she said.