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AFGHANISTAN-REFUGEES/PAKISTAN
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September 03, 2015
An Afghan refugee woman, clad in a burqa, sits with her child after arriving at a United Nations High...
Kabul, Afghanistan
An Afghan refugee woman, clad in a burqa, sits with her child after arriving at a United Nations High...
An Afghan refugee woman, clad in a burqa, sits with her child after arriving at a United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) registration centre in Kabul, Afghanistan August 26, 2015. A growing number of Afghan refugees are making the journey back from Pakistan with trepidation, as militant violence intensifies, yet feeling shunned by their adopted country as relations between the neighbours sour. The rate of returnees has more than quadrupled this year, with 137,000 refugees going back to Afghanistan since January. The number could spike further if the countries fail to agree by Dec. 31 to extend identity cards for two years and allow some 1.5 million registered refugees to stay in Pakistan. The chill in relations, amid an offensive by Taliban insurgents which Kabul blames partly on Pakistan, has put the extension in doubt, along with the future of another million unregistered Afghans. To match story AFGHANISTAN-REFUGEES/PAKISTAN Picture taken August 26, 2015. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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