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Italy grants green-eyed Afghan woman asylum

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Italy grants green-eyed Afghan woman asylum

Rome: Italy has granted asylum to an Afghan woman, Sherbat Gola.

According to the AFP news agency, the officials said that the non-governmental organizations had requested the expulsion of Sherbat Gola from Afghanistan after the Taliban took control of the country, which is part of a program to relocate Afghan citizens abroad.

Officials say the sherbet shells represent the war-torn Afghans in Afghanistan, and the whole world saw the war-torn Afghans as sherbet shells.

According to the American media, the sherbet has reached the ballroom where they will be provided all possible help to make a living.

It should be noted that Sharbat Gola gained fame when an American photographer photographed her from an Afghan refugee camp in Pakistan in the 1980s, which later graced the cover of National Geographic Magazine in 1985.

According to the report of the news agency, Sharbat Gola says that she came four or five years after the invasion of Afghanistan by the Soviet Union who came to Pakistan as Afghan refugees.

It may be recalled that Sharbat Gola was sent back to Afghanistan in 2016 as she was residing in Pakistan illegally by producing fake identity documents.

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Rome: Italy has granted asylum to an Afghan woman, Sherbat Gola.

According to the AFP news agency, the officials said that the non-governmental organizations had requested the expulsion of Sherbat Gola from Afghanistan after the Taliban took control of the country, which is part of a program to relocate Afghan citizens abroad.

Officials say the sherbet shells represent the war-torn Afghans in Afghanistan, and the whole world saw the war-torn Afghans as sherbet shells.

According to the American media, the sherbet has reached the ballroom where they will be provided all possible help to make a living.

It should be noted that Sharbat Gola gained fame when an American photographer photographed her from an Afghan refugee camp in Pakistan in the 1980s, which later graced the cover of National Geographic Magazine in 1985.

According to the report of the news agency, Sharbat Gola says that she came four or five years after the invasion of Afghanistan by the Soviet Union who came to Pakistan as Afghan refugees.

It may be recalled that Sharbat Gola was sent back to Afghanistan in 2016 as she was residing in Pakistan illegally by producing fake identity documents.

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