Pakistan PM: Afghan refugees ‘will not be forced to return’

Imran Khan has assured the UN high commissioner for refugees that Pakistan will continue to host the refugees.

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    Pakistan's Prime Minister Imran Khan has assured the UN high commissioner for refugees that he will not pursue forced repatriation.

    Almost three million registered and unregistered Afghans remain in Pakistan - which has one of the largest refugee populations in the world.

     

    Al Jazeera’s Kamal Hyder reports from Peshawar.


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