Afghanistan Witnessed Significant Violations in Human Rights During Past Year: US State Dep.

The US State Department has said that in the year 2020, human rights violations had a significant increase around the world, including in Afghanistan.

VOA in a report said, the US Department of State’s annual human rights survey shows that despite the start of peace talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban, the armed opposition has carried out numerous attacks on government troops, public places and civilians since 2020.

According to the report, the US State Department has said that the killings by insurgents, illegal killings by security forces, and brutal, inhuman, and degrading treatment and punishment have been highlights of human rights violations by parties in Afghanistan.

Arbitrary detention, killing of civilians, kidnapping, torture and physical abuse have also been the highlights of human rights violations in Afghanistan.

The US State Department has said that widespread corruption, failure to address violence against women, especially those accused of moral crimes, recruitment and use of children as soldiers, and sexual abuse of children are other human rights violations in Afghanistan.

The State Department has noted an increase in violent threats and targeted killings of women, journalists and civil society activists.

The report says that disregard for the rule of law and impunity for human rights violators have been serious challenges in 2020.
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