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Afghanistan

Once Famous For Buddhas, Bamiyan Caves Now Shelter Returneesi
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March 26, 2013
Afghanistan’s Bamiyan Province was once known as the home of ancient Buddha statues until their destruction by the Taliban in 2001. Today, the cliffs and caves of Bamiyan have a different significance: They provide a home for hundreds of returned refugees who have nowhere else to go. (Produced by Mustafa Sarwar and Ghulam Abbas Nadery, RFE/RL’s Radio Free Afghanistan)

Once Famous For Buddhas, Bamiyan Caves Now Shelter Returnees

Published 26 March 2013

Afghanistan’s Bamiyan Province was once known as the home of ancient Buddha statues until their destruction by the Taliban in 2001. Today, the cliffs and caves of Bamiyan have a different significance: They provide a home for hundreds of returned refugees who have nowhere else to go. (Produced by Mustafa Sarwar and Ghulam Abbas Nadery, RFE/RL’s Radio Free Afghanistan)