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Foreigners walk to Shehyni checkpoint to cross from Ukraine into Poland on March 1, 2022 | Photo: Picture-alliance
From file: Afghan refugees show their registration cards to renew their Proof of Registration (POR) cards at a Drive (Document Renewal and Information Verification Exercise) site in Peshawar, Pakistan on September 30, 2021 | Photo: Arshad Arbab/EPA
The UN High Commissioner for Refugees wants the international community to recognize 'actual progress and good intentions' by the Taliban | Source: @FilippoGrandi
A Syrian boy clears snow from the entrance of a tent in the Syrian refugees camp of al-Hilal in the village of al al-Taybeh near Baalbek in Lebanon's Bekaa valley on January 20, 2022 | Photo: AFP
These Afghan women and children fled from violence in their home provinces to Kabul | Photo: Jorge Silva / REUTERS
As the winter months approach, many displaced Afghans, including children, fear for their future | Photo: Reuters/M. Ismail
From file: Droughts and other weather-related disasters will presumably lead to a rise in the number of 'environmental migrants' | Photo: Srdjan Zivulovic/Reuters
Afghans who are displaced from Kunduz and Takhar provinces due to fighting between Taliban and Afghan forces gather to collect food, as they live in temporary shelters at a camp in Kabul, Afghanistan, 10 August 2021 | Photo: EPA/JAWED KARGAR
FROM FILE: Ethiopian migrants gather to protest their treatment in Yemen in March 2021 | Photo: Fawaz Salman / REUTERS
Afghans gather on the border with Pakistan after the Taliban seized control of the Afghan side | Photo: Asghar Achakzai/AFP/Getty Images (via DW)
Afghan refugees pose for a photograph at their refugee camp in Islamabad, Pakistan | Photo: ARCHIVE / EPA / SOHAIL SHAHZAD
Husna, back row in the middle, and the Boxing Sisters of Rwanga IDP camp in Iraqi Kurdistan | Photo: Private