When Hubatullah Fazely’s brother was taken to prison 30 years ago, he was 12 years old. Now a religious cleric, he is among thousands of people who lost track of their loved ones followed similar disappearances under Afghanistan’s communist regime. Most are believed to have been killed without trials and buried in mass graves. Now the families of victims are asking the government to safeguard these grave sites for use as evidence in possible trials. Sakhi Atayi reports from Herat.
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