Life in Afghanistan during America's longest war
Although Afghanistan seems to have dropped out of the headlines, the war continues. We hear about what life is like for those on the ground.
We speak to Stefanie Glinski in Kabul who has been reporting from across Afghanistan for The National, speaking to government supporters and Taliban families, reporting on war damaged schools and hearing how people in the cafes of Kabul are trying to build a more hopeful future.
Nargis Azaryun who works with Open Society Foundations tells us about what peace talks mean for the societal changes that have occurred since the war started.
Read more on our website:
- The hidden lives of children of the Afghan Taliban
- 'What use is it all': surge in Kabul violence leaves Afghans celebrating Eid in Hospital
- America's closing act in Afghanistan is playing out as both tragedy and farce