In the article “Refugee crisis in Afghanistan” I learned that As the United States and its allies pull their troops from Afghanistan, the Taliban has swept across the nation, swiftly overtaking cities. The situation has been devastating for civilians, especially for women, who fear that Taliban rule will bring an end to their human rights. More than 2.9 million Afghans have fled their homes since the end of 2020, a quarter of a million just since May. Eighty percent of the refugees are women and children. These latest developments further complicate an already critical situation in the country. Half of the Afghan children under the age of five suffer from malnutrition. 

I think this is very bad for those people who have lost everything and have nowhere else to go and are looking for a place so their children can at least survive another day.

Are they having a hard time even surviving in these refugees? What dangers are there?

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