Sahira Sharif, MP for Khost province. September 2010.
Abdullah Kamawal. editor of Shahadat newspaper. November 2010.
Malik Hindustan Gul, a tribal elder from the Khyber agency in Pakistan. December 2010.
Awtar Singh, Sikh community leader and member of the Senate. November 2010.
Mawlawi Attaullah Ludin, senior Hizb-e Islami member and former MP. April 2012.
Haji Mohammed Niam Kuchi, former Guantanamo detainee. November 2010.
Hilla Achekzai, senator for Uruzgan province. December 2010.
Ravinda Singh, Sikh community leader. November 2010.
Ahmad Ullah, alleged insurgent. He had been sentenced to seven years in Pul-e-Charkhi jail, Kabul, after being arrested by Afghan forces during a raid on a local mosque. March 2011.
Noor ul-Haq Uloomi, a senior official in the Afghan communist governments of Babrak Karmal and Dr Najib. May 2012.
Malik Ayoub Khan, a tribal elder from the Khyber agency in Pakistan. December 2010.
Mohammed Daoud Zazai, MP for Paktia province. December 2010.
Malalai Joya, civil society activist and former MP for Farah province. July 2011.
Mohammed Ayas, a resident of Chilsitoon in Kabul. One of his sons, Mohammed Abas, was killed fighting the Soviets. Another of his sons, Arsalan, died during fighting between the Taliban and the Northern Alliance. December 2010.
Qazi Mohammed Amin Weqad, the first leader of Hizb-e Islami. December 2010.
Abdul Zaher Dayee, professor in Islamic law at Kabul University. August 2012.
Habibullah Fouzi, ambassdor to Saudi Arabia for the Taliban regime. January 2011.
Haji Hussein, a resident of Afshar in Kabul, where some of the worst atrocities of the 1992-1996 civil war were committed. January 2011.
Nancy Hatch Dupree, founder of the Afghanistan Centre at Kabul University. January 2011.
Shahnawaz Tanai, defence minister during the communist regime of Dr Najib. September 2011.
Roshna Khalid, spokesperson for Parwan's provincial governor. September 2012.
Mohammed Akbar Boi, a rival of the Uzbek warlord Abdul Rashid Dostum. September 2012.
Mullah Abdul Salam Rocketi, a former Taliban commander. January 2011.
Commander Azizullah Arghandewal, a prisoner in Pul-e Charkhi jail, Kabul. He was detained for organising a July 2008 suicide attack on the Indian Embassy, which killed at least 58 people. March 2011.
Abdul Hanan Waheed, a senior Hizb-e Islami member. November 2012.
Engineer Mohammed Khan. A former MP for Ghazni province and a senior Hizb-e Islami member. November 2012.
Ajmal Baluchzada, a civil society activist. December 2012.
Laima Niazi, poet. December 2012.
Abdul Yousef, a 22-year-old heroin addict. December 2012.
Mawlawi Pir Mohammed Rohani, rector of Kabul University under the Taliban regime and a current member of the High Peace Council. October 2012.
Saif Habibullah, an alleged insurgent imprisoned in Pul-e-Charkhi jail, Kabul. September 2011.
Mohammed Ismail Qasemyar, a member of the High Peace Council. January 2012.
Abdul Hadi Safi, a former mujahideen commander for Jamiat-e Islami. February 2012.
Mohammed Niam Farahi, MP for Farah province. July 2010.
Mullah Mohammedi, an elder from Sar-e-Pul province. April 2011.
Abdul Habib, a former mujahideen commander under Ahmad Shah Massoud. August 2010.
Al Haj Mullah Tarakhil Kuchi, an MP for Afghanistan's nomads. September 2010.
Wazir Mohammed, secretary of Mahmud Raqi's community development council. March 2012.
Mohammed Anwar Ishaqzai, former MP for Helmand. August 2010.
Mawlawi Sharifullah Sadiqi, a 2010 parliamentary candidate for Jowzjan province and an Islamic studies teacher at a girls' high school. April 2011.
Mohammed Hussein Sangadost, a former MP for Maidan Wardak province and a former mujahideen commander allied to the Taliban regime. July 2011.
Mawlawi Qalamuddin, head of the Ministry for the Promotion of Virtue and the Prevention of Vice in the Taliban regime. July 2011.
Mawlawi Shahzada Shahid, MP for Badghis province. September 2013.
Al Haj Mohammed Abduh, MP for Balkh province. April 2011.
Mohammed Ayoub Khan, a Pashtun community leader and 2010 parliamentary candidate for Balkh province. April 2011.
Mohammed Omar Makhtoum, a prominent member of Jowzjan's Turkmen community. April 2011.
Al-Haj Shuka-ul-Mulk Jalala, presidential adviser. July 2011.
Haji Musbah, a former mujahideen commander. March 2011.
Simeen Barakzai, MP for Kabul. November 2011.
Reza Khan, an alleged insurgent detained in Pul-e-Charkhi prison, Kabul. September 2011.
Mohammed Hassan Haqyar. A journalist, poet and Hizb-e Islami member. September 2011.
Weeda Ahmad, civil society activist. September 2011.
Torialai Esar, the deputy mayor of Mazar-e Sharif during the mujahideen government. November 2011.
Ahmad Shah Khan Achekzai, a former MP for Kandahar province. September 2011.
Fatana Ishaq Gailani, civil society activist. December 2011.
Haji Wali Jan Sabiri, a former MP for Helmand province. September 2011.
Waheed Mozhdah, a foreign ministry official during the Taliban regime. May 2011.
Haji Wali Shah Nabizada, senator for Badghis province. May 2011.
Al Haj Khoja Ghulam Mohammed Zamaray, deputy leader of Kapisa provincial council. March 2012.
Qadriya Yazdanparast, a member of parliament and the most senior female official in the mujahideen government. January 2012.
Mohammed Younis Fakor, governor of Herat in the communist regime of Noor Mohammed Taraki. June 2012.
Engineer Ahmad Shah Ahmadzai, prime minister in the mujahideen government. May 2013.
General Nazir Mohammed Nayazee, mayor of Faizabad in Badakhshan province. April 2013.
Abdul Jabar Sabet, attorney general in the Karzai government and former Hizb-e Islami member. May 2013.
Mawlawi Fazlullah Hanif, a former Taliban commander. April 2013.
Mohammed Hassan Wolusmal, writer. May 2013.
Latif Pedram, MP for Badakhshan province. November 2011.