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Afghanistan: New policy a lifeline to more than half a million internally displaced

Headline Title:  Afghanistan: New lifeline for more than half a million displaced 10 February 2014  Afghanistan’s new policy to help more than 600,000 internally displaced people, many of whom live on the brink of starvation and in cramped makeshift dwellings, is a milestone, said Amnesty International. However, the organization warns that it will only succeed with sustained political and financial backing. The Afghan government is expected to launch on 11 February its new national policy aimed at meeting the urgent human rights and humanitarian needs of the internally displaced…

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