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Afghanistan: not stopped at check post; Taliban kill young doctor

Herat, First Published Nov 27, 2021, 11:21 PM IST

Taliban brutality by killing a doctor who did not stop at the check post. The Taliban’s atrocities were reported in the Herat province of Afghanistan on Friday, according to local media reports. Amaruddin Noori, a 33-year-old doctor, was killed. Amaruddin’s family told the media that he had committed the crime by refusing to stand at a Taliban checkpoint.

Recently married Amaruddin Noori had run a private clinic. According to media reports, similar incidents took place in Afghanistan when the Taliban came to power on August 15. The Taliban, which had promised to secure the lives and property of the people, later changed its mind.

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Last Updated Nov 27, 2021, 11:21 PM IST


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