The Corridor of Uncertainty: How Cricket Mended a Torn Nation

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Descriptions : In 1979, Afghanistan erupted into one of the most brutal civil wars ever The fighting lasted almost a decade, throwing the country into a period of political instability, harsh leadership, and extreme danger Hundreds of thousands of civilians died, and millions relocated to refugee camps The rest of the world began to believe that violence would always define Afghans H In 1979, Afghanistan erupted into one of the most brutal civil wars ever The fighting lasted almost a decade, throwing the country into a period of political instability, harsh leadership, and extreme danger Hundreds of thousands of civilians died, and millions relocated to refugee camps The rest of the world began to believe that violence would always define Afghans However, deep in the refugee camps of Pakistan, displaced native Afghan children had a dream to unite their country once again with peace The solution was disguised in the game of cricket These children began to learn cricket, and persevered against the danger, criticism, and unrest to create the first ever Afghan national cricket team With unrivaled access to the team and players during the 2015 Cricket World Cup, Nihar Suthar tells the story of their inspiring journey to change Afghanistan in one of the most under told, heart warming sports stories of all time










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