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Female Afghan judges threatened by the Taliban regime arrive in Brazil

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - The judges and their families travelled to Brazil from Turkey, North Macedonia and Greece, and were expected in Brasilia yesterday (20), where they will stay during their time in the South American country, according to the Brazilian Magistrates Association (AMB).

A total of 26 Afghan citizens are now in Brazil, among them three magistrates married to the judges, their children and other relatives.

The information was disclosed by the government news agency Agência Brasil, which stated that the arrangements for the judges and their families' travel were coordinated by the AMB and the Association of . . .

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