Children from Internally displaced Afghan families from Khan Abad, Ali Abad and Imam Sahib districts gather inside a school in Kunduz city on June 26, after fleeing from ongoing battles between Taliban and Afghan security forces. It is feared all-out civil war may follow the departure of the US military in Afghanistan. Photo: AFP
Children from Internally displaced Afghan families from Khan Abad, Ali Abad and Imam Sahib districts gather inside a school in Kunduz city on June 26, after fleeing from ongoing battles between Taliban and Afghan security forces. It is feared all-out civil war may follow the departure of the US military in Afghanistan. Photo: AFP
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Children from Internally displaced Afghan families from Khan Abad, Ali Abad and Imam Sahib districts gather inside a school in Kunduz city on June 26, after fleeing from ongoing battles between Taliban and Afghan security forces. It is feared all-out civil war may follow the departure of the US military in Afghanistan. Photo: AFP
Children from Internally displaced Afghan families from Khan Abad, Ali Abad and Imam Sahib districts gather inside a school in Kunduz city on June 26, after fleeing from ongoing battles between Taliban and Afghan security forces. It is feared all-out civil war may follow the departure of the US military in Afghanistan. Photo: AFP
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