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12.9.2020 Transferring 6 “Hardcore” Taliban Prisoners to Doha Ignites Protest
The France’s Foreign Ministry on Thursday protested against the release of
the two Taliban prisoners by Afghan government, according to sources, who
are among the six “Hardcore” detainees transferred to Doha for direct
supervision during the Intra-Afghan talks.

The two are convicted of killing at least two French nationals in
Afghanistan and has since then been in prison, including those who have
direct links to killing a number of Australian counterparts in the

“The six will remain in Qatar until the end of November and could be
transferred back to Kabul,” one of the sources told Reuters.

Afghan government has released more than 500 Taliban prisoners –
compromising its security – to pave the way for Intra-Afghan talks, which
will determine the future of the country.

In return, the Taliban freed a finger-count Afghan commandos who have been
languishing in insurgent’s prisons.

The swap is compiled upon demands by the Taliban, who persisted to have
their members released before Intra-Afghan talks, calling international
allies’ attention for some prisoners had direct link to killing their

Earlier this week, the Taliban’s political office said a number of its
detainees have not yet been released, which slows down the preparation for
intra-Afghan talks to take place in Qatari capital Doha.

Mohammad Naeem Wardak, a spokesman for Taliban’s political office, said in
a tweet once the process of freeing its prisoners are done, they will be
ready to sit with Afghans and negotiate on peace in the country.

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