Afghan interpreter faces 'beheading' after asylum refusal

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An Afghan interpreter who says he risked his life for the British Army has been refused political asylum to stay in the UK.

Mohammad, who currently lives in Leicester, claims to have been threatened with beheading by the Taliban if he returns to his home country.

He said UK immigration officials had questioned his Army credentials.

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