Along some of the most treacherous roads in Afghanistan, small children direct traffic to support their families. Sedaqat works outside the Afghan capital, Kabul, on the roads that make up the Mahipar Pass.
Two Afghan reporters recently lost their lives while covering a deadly blast in Kabul. The killings underscore the danger of working as reporters on the ground in conflict-plagued areas.
More than 12,000 people protested against racism across western Germany, two weeks after far-right violence in the east. The demonstrators took issue with countries like Afghanistan being considered safe for return.
Saad Erhabi, the fourth leader of Islamic State's (IS) branch in Afghanistan, has been killed, Afghan authorities say. US forces say its joint raid "targeted a senior leader of a designated terrorist organization."
In an interview with DW, South Asia expert Michael Kugelman explains why Kabul and Washington turned down Moscow's invitation to participate in an Afghanistan peace conference next month.
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