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Topic - Sayed Habib
Barely able to walk even with a cane, Ghulam Rasool says he padlocked his front door, handed over the keys and his three cows to a neighbor, and fled his mountain home in the middle of the night to escape relentless airstrikes from U.S. drones targeting militants in this remote corner of Afghanistan.
Mr. Habib said that in an attempt to rebuild the school, a contractor constructed a boundary wall before another Taliban attack.
"Everyone knows the sound of the unpiloted planes. Even our children know," Mr. Habib said.