A man watches a video of Muzghan, who walked free from jail in September after confessing to being a member of the Taliban’s Haqqani network. Photo: AFP A man watches a video of Muzghan, who walked free from jail in September after confessing to being a member of the Taliban’s Haqqani network. Photo: AFP
A man watches a video of Muzghan, who walked free from jail in September after confessing to being a member of the Taliban’s Haqqani network. Photo: AFP

Afghanistan’s female assassins who lured men to their deaths freed from prison as part of peace deal

  • The two women had been on death row after several killings, including the murder of an Afghan intelligence agent at their home
  • Court documents show the two were prolific killers – sometimes setting deadly ‘honeytraps’ but on other occasions using brute force

Topic |   War in Afghanistan
A man watches a video of Muzghan, who walked free from jail in September after confessing to being a member of the Taliban’s Haqqani network. Photo: AFP A man watches a video of Muzghan, who walked free from jail in September after confessing to being a member of the Taliban’s Haqqani network. Photo: AFP
A man watches a video of Muzghan, who walked free from jail in September after confessing to being a member of the Taliban’s Haqqani network. Photo: AFP
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