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Former Afghan interpreter for British Army set to be deported from UK


A former Afghan interpreter for the British Army, who's seeking refuge in the UK after getting death threats from the Taliban, looks set to be deported to Greece.

Khushal Talash had worked as an interpreter helping the British Army in Afghanistan.

Khushal, whose nickname is 'Happy', was forced to flee Afghanistan for the UK due to death threats from the Taliban who had already killed his brother.

He made it across the Middle East and Europe, to Calais after almost nine months of travelling.

A few months after making it to the UK, he received a letter saying he would be transferred to Greece where he first landed in Europe.

In an interview with RT Khushal said it was 'a dream come true' when he first arrived in the UK. He now says the possibility of being sent to Greece is “very bad for my life.”

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