Afghan schoolgirls attend a class at the Shahid Nasseri refugee camp in the Taraz Nahid village near the city of Saveh.
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While Iranians would bear the brunt of Donald Trump's visa ban, if it ever comes into force, international officials say the country has quietly emerged as one of the most generous toward refugees.Iran has been sheltering a million registered Afghans for almost four decades, and NGOs estimate there are around 2 million more living under the radar.Officials are well aware that Afghans still face a harsh existence in Iran.Foreign governments have also accused Iran of rounding up young Afghans to fight in Syria.
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