North, Andrew
April 2001
Middle East;Apr2001, Issue 311, p14
Focuses on the current crisis in Afghanistan, resulting from drought and the continuing civil war in the country. Impact of the crisis on the Afghan society; Humanitarian issues arising from such crisis; Dilemma faced by Afghans.


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