Afghan refugees forced to leave Pakistan say they have nothing
Afghan refugees are being forced to leave Pakistan as the country begins a nationwide crackdown on foreign nationals they say are in the country illegally.
Thousands of Afghans in Pakistan have made their way back to Afghanistan in the last two months.
Many of them have said they have nothing to go back to and are scared of heading back to a Taliban government.
In the last two months around 200,000 Afghan nationals have already left Pakistan ahead of the 1 November deadline, according to the Pakistan government.
The recent daily returnee figures are three times higher than normal, says the Taliban refugee ministry spokesman Abdul Mutaleb Haqqani.