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Afghanistan: Appoint Rights-Respecting Intelligence Chief

Friday 31 August 2012

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The Afghan government should drop reported plans to appoint a senior official linked to torture as head of the country’s main intelligence service. Numerous and credible reports allege that Asadullah Khalid, while governor of Kandahar province and in other posts, commanded forces that committed grave human rights violations.

(Kabul) – The Afghan government should drop reported plans to appoint a senior official linked to torture as head of the country’s main intelligence service. Numerous and credible reports allege that Asadullah Khalid, while governor of Kandahar province and in other posts, commanded forces that committed grave human rights violations.

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