'Afghan interpreters for French army are threatened and confined to their homes'

They risked their lives for France, working in a highly dangerous environment, threatened even with decapitation. But now they feel abandoned. The interpreters who worked for the French army in Afghanistan are under intense pressure, especially from the Taliban. We spoke to Abdul Raziq, who is President of the Association of Former Afghan Interpreters of the French Army. He says the 100 or so people who worked for the French military there should be granted asylum in France if they want it.