Dozens of Former Afghan Security Forces Dead or Missing Under Taliban, Report Says

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Since taking power in August the group Human Rights Watch says Afghanistan's Taliban fighters have killed or forcibly disappeared more than a hundred former police and intelligence officers The new report from the group points to continuing retaliation against members of the former armed forces despite an announced Amnesty The killings and disappearances are suspected of taking place in four provinces but the report says it shows a pattern that's also been seen in other parts of the country We are learning today that D.C. along with Montgomery prince George's and fairfax counties have taken in more than 4000 unaccompanied immigrant children this year It's more than expected The federal office of refugee resettlement says roughly 4500 miners have arrived here surpassing the projected number of 3000 many of them fleeing their native countries due to civil unrest and poverty

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