Afghanistan’s recent security developments have implications for migration and mobility on a nation that has already experienced more than 40 years of conflict, persistent natural disasters, chronic poverty and food insecurity.
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IOM has recorded the deaths of more than 1,600 Afghans on migratory routes across Asia and Europe since 2014. It is likely that many more go unrecorded.
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