ON AFGHANISTAN, ON MIGRATION | One year on, few options for Afghans escaping hunger and Taliban persecution

August 10, 2022

From mass deportation to unkept relocation pledges, both neighboring and Western countries have turned their backs on at-risk and displaced Afghans.

Source: One year on, few options for Afghans escaping hunger and Taliban persecutionThe New Humanitarian, by Mat Nashed, August 10, 2022

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