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Yalda Royan and her daughter Bahara, who insisted on taking the family's pocket-size travel Quran with them when they fled Afghanistan, at their home in Ashburn, Va., Nov. 30, 2021. The items that tens of thousands of Afghans chose during the frantic dash to get out of their country last summer now constitute the only tangible ties to the world they left behind. (Meridith Kohut/The New York Times)
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2021-11-30
MERIDITH KOHUT/The New York Times Agency/East News
The New York Times Agency
MERIDITH KOHUT
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