Two Afghan soldiers were granted asylum but Noorullah Aminya remains at the Federal Detention Center and faces deportation to Afghanistan, where he fears he will be killed by the Taliban.

Two Afghan soldiers were granted asylum but Noorullah Aminya remains at the Federal Detention Center and faces deportation to Afghanistan, where he fears he will be killed by the Taliban.

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