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Afghans evacuated by US kept in miserable conditions in UAE, rights group says


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A human rights group is calling on the U.S. to help more than 2,000 Afghan asylum seekers who fled during the withdrawal of American forces in 2021 and are being held in what it calls “prison-like conditions” in the United Arab Emirates.

Between 2,400 and 2,700 stranded Afghans are being kept under constant surveillance and denied mental health services, the New York-based Human Rights Watch said in a report Wednesday.

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