New Zealand Government reviewing cases of Afghan interpreters amid Taliban resurgence

A NZ Herald article.

The Government is reviewing desperate immigration cases of former interpreters and other Afghan civilians who helped the New Zealand war effort in Afghanistan as the Taliban continues to take control of the country.

A group of 38 Afghan civilians who helped the New Zealand Provincial Reconstruction Team (NZ PRT) in the Bamyan Province – including interpreters, carpenters, electricians, mechanics, cleaners, and female kitchen workers – are fearing deadly reprisals as the Taliban resurfaces now the Kiwis, Americans and other Nato allies have abandoned the country.

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