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Afghan 'green-eyed girl' on her future – BBC News

An Afghan woman made famous by a 1985 National Geographic cover talks exclusively to the BBC of her hopes for a new beginning. Sharbat Gula spoke to BBC Afghan after being deported to Afghanistan from Pakistan where she lived as a refugee for 35 years.
Reporter Najma Zala, produced by Kelvin Brown
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