British government deporting refugee to Afghan war


This video says about itself:

3 November 2016

At least 30 civilians have been killed in a NATO air strike in Afghanistan‘s volatile northern province of Kunduz.

Women and children are among those killed in the operation – which was called in to protect US and Afghan Special Forces battling the Taliban.

At least two US soldiers have died and four others were injured in the fighting.

Al Jazeera’s Richard Martin reports.

Warning: you may find some of the images in report disturbing.

From daily The Morning Star in Britain:

Bid to stop deportation of Afghan national fails

Friday 27th january 2017

A BID to stop the deportation of an Afghan national from the Welsh city he has called home for a decade appeared to have failed last night.

Bashir Naderi, 20, has lived in Cardiff since he was 10, after his mother paid traffickers to bring him to Britain.

The case against his deportation became a cause celebre with senior politicians and high-profile individuals, including local MP Jo Stevens and singer turned DJ Cerys Matthews who gave Mr Naderi their backing.

His deportation was temporarily halted by a judge at the 11th hour in October and opposition was further bolstered by a 14,000-signature petition handed to the Home Office in January.

Mr Naderi’s partner Nicole Cooper said they were “devastated” his leave to remain has been refused.

She said the couple’s solicitor delivered the news on Wednesday but that they were still waiting to see the Home Office documents.

Mr Naderi fled Afghanistan after his father was killed by the Taliban.

Some 393 refugees & migrants locked up in the UK tried to take their lives in 2015: here.

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