Young girls in Afghanistan are often denied an education and many schools were shut down by the Taliban. In the mountainous region of Bamiyan, 18-year-old Freshta has set up a school for local children.
When Ali Rahimi arrived in Austria in September 2015, he was full of hope. Hope that he would be able to live in peace and learn to read and write. Since his deportation, he lives in constant fear for his life.
Germans should stay vigilant during summer vacations to prevent a second wave of infections, Health Minister Spahn said. A study showed schools may not play a strong role in the virus' spread. Follow DW for the latest.
Journalist Zahra Nader recounts her experience as an Afghan refugee in Tehran. She told DW that the bias and prejudice she faced in the 1990s still exists today.
Much of Afghanistan's Buddhist heritage was destroyed under the rule of the Islamist Taliban from 1996-2001. But some pieces that were smuggled abroad for safety are now about to come home.
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