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A green-eyed Afghan girl was granted asylum by a European country

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A green-eyed Afghan girl was granted asylum by a European country

European country Italy has given safe haven to green-eyed Afghan girl Sharbat Gullah.

Reuters news agency Reports According to the Afghan girl Sharbat Gullah was given safe shelter by Italy, a few years ago the image of Sharbat Gullah went viral all over the world.

A statement said that after the Taliban took over the country in August, Galla had asked for help to leave Afghanistan, and his arrival was part of a broader evacuation and integration program for Afghan citizens.

It should be noted that the American photographer Steve McKerry took a photo of the throat when she was a young man living in a refugee camp on the Pak-Afghan border.

Sharbat Gula, the green-eyed "Afghan Girl" whose 1985 photo in National Geographic became a symbol of her country's wars, arrives to meet with Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani in Kabul, Afghanistan November 9, 2016. REUTERS/Stringer/File Photo

Her startling green eyes shone on her head with a mixture of cruelty and pain.

The image caused the sherbet throat to be recognized internationally, but it was notified in 2002 when McCerry returned to the area and tracked it down.

National Geographic said at the time that his identity had been confirmed by all, including an FBI analyst, forensic sculptor and inventor of the Iris identity.

It may be recalled that in 2016, Galla was arrested for trying to stay in the country by making a fake national identity card.

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European country Italy has given safe haven to green-eyed Afghan girl Sharbat Gullah.

Reuters news agency Reports According to the Afghan girl Sharbat Gullah was given safe shelter by Italy, a few years ago the image of Sharbat Gullah went viral all over the world.

A statement said that after the Taliban took over the country in August, Galla had asked for help to leave Afghanistan, and his arrival was part of a broader evacuation and integration program for Afghan citizens.

It should be noted that the American photographer Steve McKerry took a photo of the throat when she was a young man living in a refugee camp on the Pak-Afghan border.

Sharbat Gula, the green-eyed "Afghan Girl" whose 1985 photo in National Geographic became a symbol of her country's wars, arrives to meet with Afghanistan's President Ashraf Ghani in Kabul, Afghanistan November 9, 2016. REUTERS/Stringer/File Photo

Her startling green eyes shone on her head with a mixture of cruelty and pain.

The image caused the sherbet throat to be recognized internationally, but it was notified in 2002 when McCerry returned to the area and tracked it down.

National Geographic said at the time that his identity had been confirmed by all, including an FBI analyst, forensic sculptor and inventor of the Iris identity.

It may be recalled that in 2016, Galla was arrested for trying to stay in the country by making a fake national identity card.

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