Taliban Freeze Accounts Of Former Afghan Officials
The Taliban have ordered banks to freeze accounts of former Afghan officials including government workers and lawmakers.
The Taliban have written to private banks seeking a list of all accounts linked to the Afghans who worked with the previous US-backed regime.
According to Kabul-based BBC journalist Khalili Noori, the group has ordered banks to freeze accounts of former Afghan ministers, deputies, MPs and mayors.
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