Protective walls and fences have come to define the face of Kabul. So young street artists have started painting the walls, with images that are inspiring hope in a city devastated by war.
Former President Hamid Karzai briefs DW on the continued security problems in Afghanistan. He advocates an immediate appraisal of what's gone wrong, saying Afghanistan's future is in the hands of the younger generation.
As the ghosts of September 11 still haunt the world, London's Imperial War Museum has opened an exhibition featuring art created in the aftermath of the terrorist attack. Ai Weiwei and Gerhard Richter feature.
Climate change is having a huge impact on Afghanistan's agriculture-based society. Despite changing environment patterns, Afghan farmers have a limited understanding of how climate change is affecting their livelihood.
India ruled out sending troops to Afghanistan but said it would work with Kabul to eradicate terrorism. New Delhi's hesitance to be involved militarily in Afghanistan clashes with its concerns about Islamist proxies.
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