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Texas police search for missing 3-year-old Afghan refugee

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Authorities in Texas are searching for 3-year-old Lina Sardar Khil who went missing from a San Antonio playground at an apartment complex. According to the San Antonio Center for Refugee Services, Khil's family are Afghan refugees who came to the U.S. in 2019. NBC News' Maura Barrett has the latest.