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‘Who’s going to keep the peace?’ Afghans in Australia fear chaos and violence when foreign forces leave – The Guardian

Many Afghans with family still in the country and memories of the Taliban are deeply worried about the withdrawal

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When Australia announced it would withdraw all military personnel from Afghanistan, Farkhondeh Akbaris dream died a little.
For me and my generation in the diaspora, some of us have been hoping to return back to Afghanistan, our homeland, the PhD candidate in diplomacy, international politics and strategic studies at the Australian National University says.
But the decision by US president Joe Biden to pull US troops out by September, meaning Australia will also leave, leaves her fearing her home…

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