Sharbat Gula (Sharbat Gula), known as the "Afghan girl" cover of National Geographic magazine, in Pakistan, sentenced to 15 days in prison for using fake passports. At the end of the period she will be deported. On Friday, November 4, reports The Express Tribune.
According to the publication, the woman will also be obliged to pay a fine in the amount of 110 thousand rupees (about a thousand dollars).
The sentence is counted from the moment of detention. Accordingly, the Rumble will have to leave Pakistan on 7 November. According to the Ambassador of Afghanistan in Islamabad Hazrat Omer was Sahiwal, this means that it "is freed from the uncertainties of refugee life, as will soon be on the way home".
Ghul was detained in the city of Peshawar, where after fleeing from his native country lived on forged documents. The officer issued the woman a fake identity card was also arrested, but later released him on bail.
Lawyers asked to release Gulu bail, but the court on it agreed.
Sharbat Gula born in 1972 (exact date unknown). In 1985 her picture taken in the refugee camp of American photographer Steve McCurry was published on the cover of National Geographic. After this portrait was used extensively on posters and calendars, and is currently considered one of the most publicized in the world. The name of the picture girl for a long time was not known, it is often called "Afghan Mona Lisa".
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