Afghan interpreters rejected for resettlement fear death after UK exit

Among them is “Amir”, who served for two years on the front line with British troops in Helmand where they came under regular attack from the Taliban. Since resigning in 2011, he says he has faced intimidation over his work with the British. He hasn’t been able to see his family who live in Taliban-controlled territory in Logar Province, just outside Kabul.

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