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A cadet with Afghanistan's army has described being in hiding for the past six weeks, never once stepping outside for fear of retribution from the Taliban.
The cadet, who asked not to be named as he fears for his life, told Insider the Taliban were hunting members of the Afghanistan National Army, which helped foreign armies fighting the militant group.
Insider has reviewed ID documents and photos of the cadet in uniforms that he said were taken in training. Due to the collapse of the
'They can easily recognize us as cadets'
The cadet said he had been hiding in his uncle's house in Jalalabad since August 14, the day before the Taliban seized
The cadet said he was afraid of being identified as an Afghan Army member as he has short hair and little facial hair - the opposite of typical Taliban-fighter style: "They can easily recognize us as cadets."
He said he believes the Taliban had information about Afghan soliders' identities: "They are targeting one by one, people on the list."