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Afghan

, Afghani
1. a native, citizen, or inhabitant of Afghanistan
2. another name for Pashto (the language)
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These militants, once arrested have confessed that, they have been using the Afghan refugees' camps as their hideouts.
Under such circumstances, it has become extremely essential to repatriate the Afghan refugees back to their country.
This time the allegations centre on the recent devastating attacks in Kabul, with Afghan officials claiming that the attacks were planned and coordinated from alleged Afghan Taliban sanctuaries inside Pakistan.
Pakistan's internal challenges and weakened economy do not allow the country to extend hospitality to Afghan refugees.
The Federal Government took the decision following the deteriorating relations with Afghanistan and the terrorists using Afghan soil in subversive and terrorist activities against Pakistan and its people.
Thereafter due to political estrangement between two countries, India took advantage while providing more facility to Afghan Traders and facilitating trade through Chabahar Port due to which Pak-Afghan Trade has declined sharply.
Both sides reached the understanding in talks Afghan President Ashraf Ghani and Pakistan Army Chief General Qamar Javed Bajwa in Kabul on Sunday, the military said early Monday.
Meanwhile, Federal Minister Abdul Qadir Baloch bluntly responded that Afghan refugees have to leave Pakistan, adding that the government wants voluntarily and respectful repatriation of the migrants.
It has been 37 years since the Afghan nationals moved to Pakistan as refugees in search of peace and better lives.
Setayesh's devastated family complained Iranian state media failed to give the case much coverage, due to their status as Afghan migrants, and asked that the perpetrator be treated the same as he would if the case were reversed and an Afghan migrant had killed a young Iranian girl.
WASHINGTON, Feb 28 (KUNA) -- After providing an upbeat assessment of trends in Afghan society, US Special Representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan James Dobbins said he was afraid delay in Afghan approval of a Bilateral Security Agreement (BSA) with the US "could still prove costly.
David Cameron visits troops serving in Afghanistan and announces new Afghan football partnership.