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Overseas aid handed to Afghan police linked to ‘criminality and human rights abuses’ report says 


Overseas aid handed to Afghan police was linked to ‘criminality and human rights abuses’, new report says

  • Britain’s aid fund in Afghanistan has been ‘implicated in criminality’ report finds 
  • Some £252 million of taxpayers’ money was given to ‘corrupt’ Afghan police 
  • The findings come in a report from the Independent Commission for Aid Impact
  • The police were engaging in ‘extortion, torture and extra-judicial killings’ it found

Britain’s huge aid spending in Afghanistan has been ‘implicated in criminality and human rights abuses’, a damning report finds today.

Some £252 million of taxpayers’ money was given to ‘corrupt’ Afghan police even though they were acting as a paramilitary force and engaged in ‘extortion, torture…



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