Afghan Taliban Execute 12 People Accused of Working for the Government

The Taliban are targeting civilians who are suspected of working for or with the government


(Reuters)—The Afghan Taliban executed 12 Afghan workers in two provinces after accusing them of working for the government, officials said on Tuesday, the latest in a series of brutal attacks on civilians this year.

The Taliban are increasingly targeting civilians seen to be cooperating with the government, raising concerns about the prospects for peace after most foreign troops pull out next year.