Afghan refugees fleeing to Tajikistan battle Taliban aggression, Tajik reluctance, and the elements. by Konstantin Parshin DUSHANBE, Tajikistan–Heavy rains and snowfalls have been making the life of the Afghani refugees stranded along the Pyanj River near the Afghan-Tajik border increasingly complicated, despite the efforts of some international humanitarian organizations trying to help them. Contradictory statements […]

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