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Afghanistan’s Panjshir Valley is home to one of the richest supplies of gems in the world. But the big challenge is getting them out with a war going on.
Meet an ambitious emerald miner and found out first hand how dangerous his pursuit of prosperity is as part of our series, “Through Their Eyes.”
While firmly controlling Afghanistan, the Taliban was guilty of more than human rights abuses. They also waged all-out war on the nation’s rich cultural diversity.
No attack was more shocking that the destruction of the centuries-old Buddhas, that gazed out over the historic city of Bamyan.
Laila Haidar wades into a world, where men are addicted to heroin in a nation where the drug is cheap and easily found. She’s emerged as a powerful and unlikely human rights hero to get them off drugs and into treatment at her rehabilitation center. Haidar also operates a halfway house for women....
Meet a young, U.S.-educated female engineer with big dreams and high hopes. But she also has fears about the current peace negotiations with Taliban and the future.In a way, the restoration of Kabul’s Darulaman Palace represents not only a step toward healing, and perhaps one toward peace and a r...
After nearly two decades of fighting, insurgents- the Taliban and ISIL- control large areas of Afghanistan. Civilian deaths were at record numbers last year.
We examine the effect attacks are having on Afghans and how a suicide attack can destroy families.