Afghan refugees reach Pakistan’s Khazana camp as Taliban takes over

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Following Taliban occupation of the Afghan capital, refugees, many of them children, have reached Khazana camps in Pakistan’s Peshawar. Pakistan earlier announced it would settle Afghan refugees in special camps along the border.

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