KABUL, June 1, 2008 (AFP) - More
than 120,000 refugees have returned to Afghanistan this year with UN help,
the world body's refugee agency said Sunday, warning the country had limited
capacity to take people back.
Ninety-nine percent of the 123,244 returnees
had arrived from Pakistan and most of the remainder from Iran, UNHCR public
information officer Mohammad Nadir Farhad said in a statement.
Most of the returning families had gone
back to where they had originally come from, he said.
But several temporary settlements had