Afghan refugees in Pakistan are facing the threat of repatriation again. Islamabad extends their right to stay for just 60 days.
Pakistan has given millions of Afghan refugees in the country until the end of this month to return to their homeland. But refugees say the short deadline and no prospects for the future make their return difficult.
Germany has resumed deportations of rejected asylum seekers to Kabul, reviving the heated debate over the security situation in Afghanistan. InfoMigrants looks at the current developments.
More than 100,000 Afghan refugees have been repatriated from Pakistan since July, and thousands more are expected to leave before the end of the year. But they're uncertain about their future in the home country.
A new report by Human Rights Watch has raised concerns as Pakistani officials are forcing hundreds of thousands of refugees to return to Afghanistan. The United Nations has been accused of being an accomplice.
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