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The Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers

The Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers are a group of young Afghans from various ethnic groups working together on behalf of rebuilding their country and ending the war.

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The Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers

The Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers

The Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers are a group of young Afghans from various ethnic groups working together on behalf of rebuilding their country and ending the war.

Other articles by this author

In Afghanistan, Much to Forgive: The Story of Bibi Sadia

By Kathy Kelly and The Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers, Truthout | Report

"Occupy" and Hope for a Human Spring in Afghanistan

By The Afghan Youth Peace Volunteers, Truthout | Op-Ed