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Place : Rome
Geo Path : Rome,Roma,Lazio,Italy
lat : 41.8955   lon : 12.4906

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  • 'Afghan girl' from famous National Geographic cover is given refuge in Italy
  • Afghan woman from famous National Geographic cover evacuated to Italy
  • Afghan girl from famous cover portrait is evacuated to Italy
  • National Geographic 'Afghan girl' evacuated to Italy
  • Afghan girl from famous photo is evacuated to Italy after Taliban takeover
  • National Geographic green-eyed ‘Afghan Girl’ evacuated to Italy
  • Nat Geo Green-Eyed Girl "Afghanistan's Most Famous Refugee" Now In Italy
  • National Geographic's famous green-eyed 'Afghan Girl' finds safe haven in Italy ROME — Italy has given safe haven to Sharbat Gula, the green-eyed “Afghan Girl” whose 1985 photo in National Geographic became a symbol of her country’s wars, Prime Minister Mario Draghi’s office said on Thursday.
  • Italy takes in National Geographic’s green-eyed ‘Afghan Girl’

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