Why Pakistan Wants Millions of Afghanistan Refugees Gone

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In the bustling border town of Peshawar, Pakistan, the lines form early these days at this government office that processes residence permits. That’s because Afghan refugees now live in constant fear of officials separating them from their loved ones or deporting them to their war-torn native country that many no longer consider home. “The government of…

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