United Nations: Taliban killed more than 100 supporters of the former regime

United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres confirmed in a report to the Security Council that the Taliban had killed dozens of former Afghan officials, security forces and people who worked with the international military forces.
The report said that despite the announcement of a general amnesty for former members of the government and its security forces and those who worked with the international military forces, the United Nations Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) continued to receive credible reports of killings, forced kidnappings, and other abuses against these people.
It added that since August 15, the UN mission has received reports of more than 100 such killings that the UN has deemed credible.
According to the report, more than two thirds of the killings were extrajudicial executions by the de facto authorities or people associated with them.

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