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Human Rights Watch: Pakistan Carried Out Campaign to Drive Out 600,000 Afghan Refugees | World Affairs Journal

15.2.17

Human Rights Watch: Pakistan Carried Out Campaign to Drive Out 600,000 Afghan Refugees | World Affairs Journal -- The New York-based watch group said the Afghans were driven out since July 2016 and at least 365,000 registered refugees were also among those targeted in the campaign.
According to a report by HRW, the expelled refugees now face spiraling armed conflict, violence, destitution, and displacement in Afghanistan.
The report “Pakistan Coercion, UN Complicity: The Mass Forced Return of Afghan Refugees,” documents Pakistan’s abuses and the role of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in promoting the exodus.


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