5 British Men Released by Taliban as U.K. Expresses Regret

The Afghan government has released five British citizens from custody, British officials said Monday in a statement that included an apology on behalf of the men and an expression of regret from the U.K. government.

The Britons had been caught up in a crackdown on foreigners and Afghan civil society activists by the Taliban after they seized power in August. The British government did not comment Monday on the circumstances of the men’s release or why they had been imprisoned, but a Taliban…

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