The Next Big Thing in fragile ceasefire lets afghans travel eid

The United Nations has declared its intention to allow a small number of refugees to leave Afghanistan, for the first time in history. A UN Security Council meeting in the coming days was supposed to discuss how to proceed, but that meeting has been postponed. This new agreement was signed by the UN Secretary-General and Afghan President Hamid Karzai. The UN has said it will now be looking at the security situation in the country and how this can affect the refugees who now have a better chance to leave.

The agreement is one step along the path towards an agreement to allow refugees who are not citizens of Afghanistan to travel to safety. It’s not a permanent solution. But now the UN is taking steps to give refugees a chance to go home. It’s not clear how long this will last, but we’ll probably see more of these agreements in the days ahead.

The agreement is one of the first steps towards an agreement, and it could be the last. There’s no guarantee the refugees will be able to travel, but the UN is taking steps to try to give them a better chance. And they’re not just any refugees either. These refugees are the children of the people who fled the war in the first place, so the UN is taking extra steps to ensure that these children aren’t a burden on the host country.

Afghans are the largest single group of refugees in the world, so this agreement is very important. I guess we can understand why the UN is so concerned; the refugee crisis is a very real thing right now. But what do refugees have to do with the agreement? The agreement deals with the fact that the refugees are refugees, and they have no right to reside on any other country.

This is not the first time I have seen refugees get thrown into a legal situation like this. A couple of years ago, it was reported that UN official had sent a UN official to arrest one of the Afghan refugees who had taken refuge in another country. This refugee had already been sent back, and the UN official in question was reportedly not going to let the refugee return back to Afghanistan.

This is not the first time I have seen refugees get thrown into a legal situation like this. A couple of years ago, it was reported that UN official had sent a UN official to arrest one of the Afghan refugees who had taken refuge in another country. This refugee had already been sent back, and the UN official in question was reportedly not going to let the refugee return back to Afghanistan.

This is a big problem for refugees, especially if they are non-combatant refugees. The UN, as we all know, has a big problem with people coming back from war and bringing with them their own culture. This problem is especially acute when the UN official that you are trying to send to arrest, is a refugee himself.

I’m not sure how the UN handles refugees. The Afghan government is always more than happy to help people from troubled nations, but the UN always seems to have a problem with refugees.

The problem seems to be that the refugees are reluctant to return to their homeland, as they want to stay in the refugee camp where they were originally supposed to be staying. So the UN has to go to war in order to get the refugees to return. The UN has a whole team of officers in this camp, who are there to help the refugees. I think they are all refugees themselves, and they must be a little suspicious of the UN getting involved.

I’m not sure if there is a particular refugee in this camp that is particularly suspicious, but it seems there are some.

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