War leaves some 800,000 people disabled in Afghanistan

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Decades of war have left some 800,000 people disabled in Afghanistan.

The Red Cross, has seven centres across the country helping them out.

A centre in Kabul, which recruits from the disabled community - receives some 300 disabled people a day.

Karen Zarindast reports.

Video was produced by BBC Persian's Ali Salimi.

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