TALIBAN KILL YOUNG DOCTOR FOR NOT STOPPING AT CHECKPOINT IN HERAT
The Sunday Guardian|November 28, 2021
Taliban have killed a young physician in Afghanistan's Herat province, local media reported citing sources on Friday.

According to Khaama Press, the doctor, identified as 33-year-old Amruddin Noori was killed in Herat city after he did not stop at a police security checkpoint, the victim's family members claimed while speaking to media. According to sources, Noori used to have a small private medical clinic had newly got married.

The Taliban came to power in Afghanistan after the seizure of the capital, Kabul, on August 15, which led to the collapse of the previous government and triggered mass evacuations of foreign workers and Afghan collaborators.

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