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Afghan boy who wore makeshift Messi shirt flees home

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Afghan boy who wore makeshift Messi shirt flees homeAn Afghan boy who went viral over his love of the Argentinian footballer Lionel Messi has needed to flee his house after being hunted by means of the Taliban. Murtaza Ahmadi, now elderly 7, used to be pictured dressed in a selfmade Messi blouse that his brother formed out of a blue and white plastic …
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Reuters reports that the family of an Afghan boy who gained brief Internet fame after being , has been forced to flee his home after a Taliban attack. Murtaza Ahmadi, now aged 7, was photographed in a shirt improvised from a plastic bag in the colors of his hero, Argentine soccer idol Lionel Messi....

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A young Afghan boy who shot to fame for wearing a homemade Lionel Messi shirt created out of a plastic bag - has been forced to flee his home for a second time. Murtaza Ahmadi, aged seven, retold his..

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