11 Afghan women killed in stampede near Pakistan consulate: officials By AFP | Last Updated: 21st October, 2020, 13:27

The Pakistan consulate had resumed issuing visas last week after a seven month pause because of the coronavirus outbreak

11 Afghan women killed in stampede near Pakistan consulate: officials

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