Manizha Naderi

Women for Afghan Women

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Executive Director for Women for Afghan Women

Manizha Naderi on KCRW

When the US military complained that 65 "dangerous" prisoners were released without trial, President Karzai told it to stop "harassing" Afghan courts.

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When the US military complained that 65 "dangerous" prisoners were released without trial, President Karzai told it to stop "harassing" Afghan courts.

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