Taliban claims responsibility for cold-blooded murder of Afghan comedian

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WARNING: Disturbing content. The Taliban’s murder of Afghan comedian Fazal Mohammad, better known as Khasha Zwan, is only reinforcing fears the groups will go after interpreters who helped Canadian and American troops.

Ottawa is being criticized over its plan to help those workers and their families. The federal government has admitted the process to rescue those who helped Canadian troops has been slow, reasoning that they’re diligently vetting applicants. Mike Armstrong reports.

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