Pakistan's request for all three million Afghan refugees within its borders to leave is causing chaos on its borders and plunging families into uncertainty. Many Afghans have spent all their lives in Pakistan. The BBC's M Ilyas Khan reports from Peshawar.
Aid workers have warned of deadly consequences for tens of thousands of Afghan refugees who have been forced to leave Pakistan for their war-torn country.
Very few of the returnees have received any form of support from local, state or international organisations, Kate O'Rourke, of the Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC), said in a statement on Sunday.