CIA involvement in a series of air strikes in Kunar, Afghanistan has come under scrutiny following a report by Afghanistan Analysts Network. In a report released this month, the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission and the OSF noted that the CIA was involved in the operations, despite the fact that it was not the unit that requested the air strikes. The report was based on interviews with detainees and US officials. It also notes that NDS officials continue to cooperate with CIA personnel. The NDS is an intelligence service based in Kabul. The report states that it has been moving detainees to secret sites and hidden rooms. This is despite the fact that there are international military monitoring systems in place.
According to the report, the NDS has been moving detainees to secret rooms and sites when they are about to be monitored by international military officials. NDS officials have denied using electric shocks, genital abuse, or any other forms of torture. The report also notes that the NDS has been transferring detainees to different locations at different times. The report notes that this has caused tension in Kabul, where the CIA is based. The report notes that President Karzai is angry at the unit. The president has banned Afghan forces from calling in NATO air strikes in residential areas. However, the report says that the NDS still calls in air strikes in these areas.
The NDS has been moving detainees and other personnel to secret locations and hidden rooms since the beginning of the war. The report also notes that the NDS is moving detainees to locations where they can be tortured. According to a former Afghan budgetary official, there is very little money being spent on the NDS.
The NDS is an Afghan intelligence agency that has been operating in the Kabul Departments 90/124 and 17/40. The NDS has been involved in operations that have caused civilian casualties. According to a report released by the Afghanistan Independent Human Rights Commission and the OSF, the NDS is collaborating with CIA officers.
The NDS is a major concern for Afghan civilians and journalists, because they are not permitted to ask questions about the unit’s activities. The report notes that President Karzai has banned the unit from calling in NATO air strikes in residential areas. It also notes that the NDS has been cooperating with the 90th/124th Department of Kabul, a notorious organization that has been known for its abusive practices. The report also notes that the NDS and CIA are working together on the NSU program, which is a joint program that involves both Afghan and US intelligence agencies.
The CIA has been heavily criticised for drone attacks in Pakistan and Afghanistan. The agency has also been accused of calling in air strikes inside Afghanistan when on joint operations with NDS units. However, the CIA is not allowed to speak about these activities. The agency’s spokesman has refused to comment on these allegations.