For Afghans who fought against the Taliban, life is fraught under their rule

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Mohammad Hashim, a former officer in the Afghan National Army, now picks apples for a living.

Those who put their lives on the line in the Afghan National Army and can’t find a way out of Afghanistan are working menial jobs, sometimes moving locations every few days in fear for their safety.

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