In a case that duty of care experts will be watching closely, a Spanish judge has agreed to an investigation of allegation that the country’s ambassador ignored warnings about the security of the Kabul embassy. In December last year two Spanish policeman were killed and seven injured when Taliban forces attacked the embassy. Four Afghan police were also killed. The article below is well worth a read.
From Reuters –
Spanish judge to probe alleged security lapses at bombed Afghan embassy
A Spanish High Court judge agreed on Wednesday to investigate allegations that Spain’s ambassador to Afghanistan ignored security concerns before the Taliban attacked the country’s embassy in Kabul last year, killing two Spanish policemen.
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— Khaama Press (KP) (@khaama) November 3, 2016
— The Local Spain (@TheLocalSpain) November 3, 2016
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