The original photograph was taken in 1984 in a refugee camp in northwest Pakistan during the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan. McCurry later tracked her down, after a 17-year search, to a remote Afghan village in ชุดเครื่องนอน 2002 where she was married to a baker, and the mother of three daughters. For more news videos visit Yahoo View , available now on iOS . - Uncertain future - Pakistan has for decades provided safe haven for millions of Afghans who fled their country after the Soviet invasion of 1979. The country hosts 1.4 million registered Afghan refugees, according to UNHCR, making it the third-largest refugee hosting nation in the world. The agency also estimates a further one million unregistered refugees are in the country. Since 2009, Islamabad has repeatedly pushed back a deadline for them to return, but fears are growing that the latest cutoff date in March 2017 will be final. Meanwhile refugees are increasingly worried about their future in Pakistan as the country cracks down on those who have obtained fake ID cards. Officials say NADRA has so far reverified 91 million ID cards and detected 60,675 fraudulent cards. A NADRA official told AFP that 2,473 foreigners, mostly Afghans, had voluntarily surrendered their ID cards which were obtained fraudulently. Some 18 NADRA officials were under investigation for issuing ID cards to foreigners and eight were arrested, the official said.

She told the newspaper she believes the incident occurred in 1997. The Guardian reported that two other accounts, one from an acquaintance and the other a relative, matched Heller's story. The Trump campaign denied the allegation in a statement on Saturday. "There is no way that something like this would have happened in a public place on Mother's Day at Mr Trump's resort," campaign communications advisor Jason Miller said in a statement. "It would have been the talk of Palm Beach for the past two decades." "The reality is this: for the media to wheel out a politically motivated Democratic activist with a legal dispute against this same resort owned by Mr. Trump does a disservice to the public, and anyone covering this story should be embarrassed for elevating this bogus claim," Miller said in the statement. Allegation of non-consensual touching in 1998, reported October 20, 2016. Yoga instructor and lifestyle coach Karena Virginia alleged that Trump and other men approached her as she waited for a car service at the U.S. Open tennis tournament in Flushing, New York, and that Trump touched her right breast.

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