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Pakistan Says Time for Afghan Refugees to Go Home

Pakistan says it wants an early repatriation of Afghan refugees in the country but does not intend to forcefully evict them. Meanwhile, Afghan officials are warning that unwarranted pressure on the refugee population as part of Islamabad’s increased counterterrorism measures could hinder bilateral ties.   Pakistan hosts nearly three million Afghan refugees that have fled decades of conflict in neighboring Afghanistan. While the refugee population has long been seen as a burden on the...

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