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Afghan interpreter who worked with British Army wants family brought to Scotland after Taliban death threats

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Scotland, says his family has received deaths threats from the Taliban because he worked for the British Army. He believes they should be allowed to follow him here as the Taliban launch revenge attacks following the withdrawal of US and British forces from Afghanistan after a 20-year war.Refa worked for the Army in Helmand province and supported troops by translating street signs, documents and the intercepted communications of insurgents.

More than 2200 Afghans who worked for the Allies have found new homes in the UK but pressure is building on ­ Government Ministers to help others and their families left behind.

Refa came to Scotland in 2015 but his father and two brothers remain in Afghanistan.The married father of three said: “Being an.

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