Afghanistan struggles with Pakistan’s repatriation of refugees

Hundreds of thousands of Afghan refugees who have lived for years in neighbouring Pakistan are being forced to return home.

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    Hundreds of thousands of Afghan refugees, who have lived for years in neighbouring Pakistan, are being forced to return home.

     

    The move is further straining the resources of a country at war, which already has thousands of internally displaced people.

     

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from the capital, Kabul.


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