ROANOKE, Va. (AP) — A year after fleeing Afghanistan and losing everything for the second time in his life, Mohammad Naziry sat down in the safety of his Roanoke apartment and discussed what’s most important to him.
At the top of this short list is the health and well-being of his family.
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