Title Afghanistan: 1. Are there recent reports of people working for NGOs or the UN being attacked by the Taliban or other fundamentalist groups in Kabul or elsewhere? 2. Are there any reports of family members of such people being attacked? 3. To what extent are people who work for the Afghan government targeted by the Taliban in Kabul or other places? 4. Are there any reports of the targeting of close family members of such people? 5. Are there any reports of people in Afghanistan having been targeted for having close relatives in foreign countries? 6. To what extent does the Taliban carry out attacks against civilians in Kabul? 7. To what extent does the Afghan state provide protection against attacks by the Taliban or other fundamentalist groups in Kabul? 8. What is the current situation vis-à-vis state protection in Kandahar?
Publisher Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal
Publication Date 7 April 2011
Country Afghanistan
Topics Humanitarian assistance | Internal armed conflict | State protection
Citation / Document Symbol AFG38494
Cite as Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal, Afghanistan: 1. Are there recent reports of people working for NGOs or the UN being attacked by the Taliban or other fundamentalist groups in Kabul or elsewhere? 2. Are there any reports of family members of such people being attacked? 3. To what extent are people who work for the Afghan government targeted by the Taliban in Kabul or other places? 4. Are there any reports of the targeting of close family members of such people? 5. Are there any reports of people in Afghanistan having been targeted for having close relatives in foreign countries? 6. To what extent does the Taliban carry out attacks against civilians in Kabul? 7. To what extent does the Afghan state provide protection against attacks by the Taliban or other fundamentalist groups in Kabul? 8. What is the current situation vis-à-vis state protection in Kandahar?, 7 April 2011, AFG38494, available at: http://www.refworld.org/docid/4e2e8c182.html [accessed 17 April 2014]
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