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Displaced Afghan families set up temporary shelter in Kabul park


Kabul, Aug 28 (EFE/EPA).- Internally displaced Afghan families fleeing the violence set up Saturday a temporary shelter at a park in the Afghan capital.The Taliban asked Afghan citizens Saturday to return, within a week, all the guns, ammunition, vehicles, and other government properties in their possession. (Camera: STRINGER).B-ROLL OF THE TEMPORARY SHELTER OF DISPLACED AFGHAN FAMILIES IN A PARK IN KABUL, AFGHANISTAN.

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