Taliban had 'inside help' in Afghanistan jailbreak


The BBC has learned that the jail in Afghanistan from which nearly 500 insurgents escaped earlier this week, had been infiltrated by the Taliban .

Afghan investigators have admitted that some senior insurgents had been given keys to cells - other were in mobile phone contact with the Taliban commanders who masterminded the prison break.

Quentin Sommerville reports.

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