Afghan Authorities Release Militia Leader After Violent Demonstrations

Afghan authorities have released on bail a militia leader accused of human rights abuses following days of violent demonstrations over his detention.The office of Vice President Sarwar Danish said on November 26 that Abdul Ghani Alipur, the leader of a private militia in central Afghanistan, had been released but that judicial organizations would follow up on allegations against him.Alipur, a member of the country's Shi'ite Hazara minority, was arrested in the capital, Kabul, on November 24.His release on November 26 came after two days of demonstrations in which hundreds of Hazara protesters clashed with police in Kabul.The Interior Ministry said 48 police officers were wounded and eight police checkpoints set on fire during two days of demonstrations. They said no one was killed..........................

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