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Pakistan to Afghan refugees: Leave or be deported

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hardest time for people that left generations ago.
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Even if the refugees are granted an extension to stay, the exodus has already begun. So far this year, 210,998 undocumented migrants and refugees have returned to Afghanistan, with numbers soaring in recent months, according to the International Organization for Migration.
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In 2016 it really sucks to be a refugee. Whether it's from Afghanistan or Syria. Nobody wants these folks around. Its a sad shame.
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I feel for the people displaced by the conflict in Afghanistan. It's not their fault.
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Fake identity cards, living in Pakistan for years and still blaming it for problems, typical Afghan nature.
And those who are feeling sorry for her, hope they apply the same to migrants and refugees in western countries.
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Hope they welcome back others refuges also who involved in terrorism in pakistan ..and they give good lesson to us never feed snakes..they never be your freind....
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Hats off to Pakistan for keeping more than 10 million refugees for more than 30 years. Europe is crying over few thousands in few months. Afghan thugs are sleeping with the enemy of Pakistan India , who is sending terrorism to Pakistan with the help of Afghan thugs, while we take care of their refugees. I say send them all to India.
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Am so happy for her,this is what I am talking about,deportation is the only thing should Pakistan do with her,anyway,I don't know Pakistan's laws,it's still up to them what will be a better punishment for her,but,deportation is the best for her not to rot her in jail.
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Round all afghans up and ship them back to gulag of Afghanistan
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The fate of hundreds of thousands of Afghan refugees living in Pakistan is hanging in the balance as they face a deadline to leave the country or be deported.
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I can already see this becoming a very dangerous situation so I hope that both sides of the equation are working together to get these people back to their country.
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Hundreds of thousands of Afghans could be deported from Pakistan, like 38-year-old Noorulhadah, who has lived in the country since he was 3, when his family fled from the Russian invasion.

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This is the problem worldwide with immigration and refugees, we should learn to be one. No more borders. look after your neighbours.
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The Afghan refugees are returning to a fragile and war-torn nation, and facing a harsh winter living in tents outside Afghanistan's main cities.
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Such a horrific mess that plagues the people of Afghanistan. I hope they can somehow return home and rebuild their country.
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Mujira Rahman, 20, is no stranger to life on the road. He has moved back and forth between Pakistan and Afghanistan since he was a child but this time is different, now he has no choice.
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