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By Ravi Khanna
Washington
21 November 2008

The United Nations says more than five-million Afghans have come back to the country since 2002, but many are still struggling to survive. Others have given up and are leaving Afghanistan.
The United Nations says more than five million Afghans have come back to the country since 2002, but many are still struggling to survive. Others have given up and are leaving Afghanistan.
The Afghan government and the United Nations refugee agency have pledged to strengthen efforts to resettle returnees and people inside the country displaced by violence. The pledge came after a high-profile visit to the country this week by the head of U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees, Antonio Guterres. As VOA's Ravi Khanna reports, the U.N. official wants the international community to do more to resettle Afghan refugees.  

 

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