The Taliban tracked and killed four Afghan counterterrorism agents, pulling out all fingernails in one case, the report said.

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Taliban soldiers are standing near a vehicle parked near the destroyed Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) base in the Desabuz district northeast of Kabul on September 6, 2021. AAMIRQURESHI / AFP via Getty Images

Elite Taliban death squads have tracked and killed at least four Afghan counterterrorism agents since August 22. The Sunday Times reported.

According to the newspaper, the man was a member of two units working at the National Security Agency (NDS) and was trained by British and US troops.

The brother of one of the murderers told The Sunday Times that the Taliban came to his home on the outskirts of Kabul in August for his brother.

“My brother was shot three times in the head and once in the chest, and I was shot twice in the left shoulder and arm,” the newspaper said. “I don’t know how I survived.”

According to The Sunday Times, another of the four men killed had all fingernails pulled out before being shot dead.

A senior manager working at NDS headquarters told The Sunday Times that the Taliban owned laptops and paperwork from headquarters after occupying Kabul on August 15.

The manager told the newspaper that the Taliban were using that information to track down former NDS agents.

The man added that the Taliban pretended to be an official of the British Embassy in their efforts to track people.

Given the Taliban’s dominance in Afghanistan, the news of death is hardly a surprise Characterized by violence..

The Taliban have been accused of killing a pregnant woman in front of her family on September 4. CNN reported.

On Wednesday, Taliban fighters whisked and beat a group of Afghan women protesting an all-male interim government. Reported by CNN..

Earlier this month, the Taliban Raped and beat a gay man after they seduced him To meet them ITV reported..

At least four protesters of the Taliban’s rule were killed by a group of UN rights spokesmen, Ravina Shamdasani. Said this week.

“Unfortunately I saw a harsh reaction from the Taliban,” said Shamdasani.

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