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Over 2,000 health facilities shuttered in Afghanistan: Red Cross

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Afghanistan's health system is on the verge of collapse, a top Red Cross official warns, saying more than 2,000 health facilities have been shuttered across the conflict-ravaged country.

Added on the 30/09/2021 18:22:28 - Copyright : AFP EN

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