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'I can't stop thinking about my sisters': Afghan evacuees in Italy fear for relatives back home

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Afghan refugees in Italy tell Euronews of their anxiety as they wait for news of family members they have left behind.

Added on the 19/10/2021 12:03:50 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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