National Resistance Front, Kabul: Today morning, the Taliban raided several primary schools in the Khair Khana district of Kabul and interrogated pupils.
The Taliban questioned male and female kids about their family, father's job, father's whereabouts, and original residency."
The children were under duress, and they cried and rushed home when allowed.
Interrogating children for war purposes is considered a war crime under international law.
Arbitrary arrests are increasing rapidly under the Taliban. The group arrested at least 35 young people in Kabul on May 19.
The young people were all civilians and from Panjshir province. No information has been given about their whereabouts and health condition.