Afghans who worked for German forces have been abandoned and completely forgotte

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    Translators who worked for U.S.-led coalition forces in Afghanistan have been holding demonstrations across Afghanistan, demanding asylum and the right to escape Taliban revenge. Thousands of Kabul-based translators who worked for the U.S. have been in the spotlight. In the first episode, CGTN reporter Jack Barton travels to Mazar-e Sharif to speak with a different group of people who worked with German forces who say they’ve been abandoned and completely forgotten.

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    Afghanistan, officially the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan, is a landlocked country at the crossroads of Central and South Asia. Afghanistan is bordered by Pakistan to the east and south; Iran to the west; Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan to the north; and China to the northeast.

    Occupying 652,000 square kilometers (252,000 sq mi), it is a mountainous country with plains in the north and southwest. Kabul is the capital and largest city. The population is around 32 million, composed mostly of ethnic Pashtuns, Tajiks, Hazaras, and Uzbeks.

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