Dutch gov’t urged to move former Afghan interpreters to safety

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The Dutch government has been accused of not doing enough to help relocate Afghan interpreters who worked for its forces. Thousands of Afghans who helped foreign forces are now at risk of attack by the Taliban, as the armed group makes gains on the ground.

Al Jazeera’s Step Vaessen has more from The Hague, Netherlands.

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