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'We are increasingly concerned': Police search for newly arrived Afghan boy, 11, last seen going to play football

Sky News Wednesday, 1 December 2021
'We are increasingly concerned': Police search for newly arrived Afghan boy, 11, last seen going to play footballAn 11-year-old boy who recently arrived in the UK from Afghanistan has gone missing.
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