Rangeen (who goes by only one name), 28, an Afghan refugee, with his son, Noor Agha, 7, in front, and another boy, stand by the main road near Sorang Abadi village, just outside Islamabad, Pakistan.
Rangeen (who goes by only one name), 28, an Afghan refugee, with his son, Noor Agha, 7, in front, and another boy, stand by the main road near Sorang Abadi village, just outside Islamabad, Pakistan. MCT
Rangeen (who goes by only one name), 28, an Afghan refugee, with his son, Noor Agha, 7, in front, and another boy, stand by the main road near Sorang Abadi village, just outside Islamabad, Pakistan. MCT

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