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High up in Turkish valleys, Afghan shepherds dream of home


In Turkish mountains so high the silver clouds almost touch the top of their heads, homesick Afghan shepherds prepare their flocks for a good shear. Kurds in the eastern Mercan Valley have been gradually replaced by Afghans, who fled here by foot and truck across Iran from the poverty and bloodshed back home.

Added on the 02/07/2022 03:00:35 - Copyright : AFP EN

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