'I hope people hear the voice of our people': Afghans abroad fear for loved ones
CGTN Europe • 2m 32s
Thirty-six years ago, Zemar Sakha left Afghanistan for London. Now from the UK capital, he looks at the situation unfolding in his native country with deep concern for his loved ones still in Afghanistan - and believes Britain has a duty to help.
Read more: https://newseu.cgtn.com/news/2021-08-20/Afghans-abroad-call-for-more-help-for-loved-ones-back-home-12RrjHyRhYs/index.html
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