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Afghan refugees in Pakistan feel heat of rising regional tensions

KABUL (Reuters) - For Samihullah, a tailor from a family of Afghan refugees in Pakistan, the first indication that it might be time to leave the country was the insults leveled at him in the bazaar.
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