Green Eyes Afghan Girl given safe haven in italy: sharbat gula afghan girl with green eyes from iconic national geographic cover given safe haven in italy
The Afghan girl, who has made the whole world crazy with her green eyes, has got a big relief from the brutality of the Taliban. Italy has given safe haven to Sharbat Gula, which appeared on the cover of National Geographic in 1985. Sharbat had escaped from Afghanistan by hiding to escape from Taliban terrorists. Sharbat, who lives in a refugee camp in Pakistan, became the face of the Afghan war at the age of just 12 when her green-eyed photograph appeared in a magazine.
A few years later, Sharbat was arrested in Pakistan in the year 2016. Sharbat was accused of living in the country on the basis of forged documents. After this he was again sent to war-torn Afghanistan. Sharbat has 4 children and her husband has passed away. The Italian government said on Thursday that Sharbat had been safely evacuated from Afghanistan after being captured by the Taliban.
Sharbat has spent 15 days in Pakistan’s jail
The Prime Minister’s Office said that Italy made a plan to extract the syrup. Sharbat had appealed to Italy to give asylum. The Italian government will now give them the necessary facilities and other things to stay in the country. Along with this, she will also tell them how to live in Italian society. Sharbat Gulla rose to prominence when she was photographed by photographer Steve McCurry in 1984. A picture of him with bright green eyes was published in National Geographic.
At that time, the US intelligence agency FBI had identified him. She reappeared in 2014 but later went into hiding when officials alleged that she wanted to acquire a fake Pakistani identity. Sharbat has not studied and her age has now reached around 40. She has spent 15 days in a Pakistani jail. He was also fined Rs 110,000.
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