The Afghan orphans celebrating their first Australia Day | ABC News

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Australia Day is a chance to celebrate freedom for a group of orphans evacuated from Afghanistan to Sydney last year. Along with other refugees, they’re experiencing the day for the first time in the country they now call home.

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