Afghans are bracing for a winter many fear will be even worse than the last
14 days ago - By NPR
At World Food Programme distribution sites, "Everybody tells us, 'Last winter was difficult, but we have no idea how we will get through the coming winter,'" says a WFP spokesperson in Kabul.
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