Afghan migrants rejoice on reaching the Greek island of Kos from Turkey by boat, on 9 August 2015
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Migrant crisis: Why Afghans are leaving for Europe

As EU leaders wrestle with a joint response to the migrant crisis, tens of thousands of Afghans continue to swell the ranks of those seeking refuge in Europe.

After Syrians, Afghans are the second largest group - 13 percent - of those who have made the journey this year, so far.

The BBC's reporter in Kabul, Harun Najafizada, has been asking some of them what is making them leave.

  • 21 Sep 2015
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