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The largest forced migration in the world isn’t happening in Europe; it’s happening in Pakistan

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THE DEPORTED: Three decades after she became a symbol of Afghan refugees in Pakistan, Gula has been forced back across the border. To many in Kabul, her case is evidence of a wider crackdown.
PAKISTAN FEDERAL INVESTIGATION AGENCY/REUTERS

MORE THAN three decades ago, Sharbat Gula’s piercing green eyes and haunted expression appeared on the cover of National Geographic. The 12-year-old girl became a powerful symbol of the plight of Afghan refugees who fled to Pakistan during the Soviet war. Now she is the face of a new group of Afghan refugees—those being forced back across the border.

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25th November 2016