UK to offer asylum to Afghan interpreters | News | Al Jazeera

UK to offer asylum to Afghan interpreters

About 600 interpreters who served with British army will be given right to settle in the UK.

    The British government is planning to offer some 600 interpreters who served with its army in Afghanistan the right to settle in Britain.

    The interpreters say they are facing threats because of their work with foreign troops against the Taliban. 

    Al Jazeera's Bernard Smith has more.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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