Afghan migrants in Iran deported amid weakening economy

Three million Afghans live in Iran but as the economy weakens, many of them are losing their jobs and being deported

    The renewed sanctions on Iran have led to almost 400,000 Afghan migrant workers and refugees returning home.

    Three million Afghans live in Iran but as the economy weakens, many of them are losing jobs and being deported.

     

    Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports from Herat, Afghanistan.


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