Afghans say they know little about US killing of al-Qaeda leader People in Kabul neighbourhood where Ayman al-Zawahiri was killed say they are surprised but don’t know more than that.
Afghan children suffer the deadly legacy of years of war
Asadullah Ahmadzai was just a few metres from his home in Logar province after buying notebooks for school when he stepped on the mound of dirt that blew off hi
From Kabul to Bristol: Life as an Afghan refugee one year on from Taliban takeover
Ten-year-old Malalai fled to the UK with her mother and cousin after waiting three days at Kabul airport – where there was no food and people were crushed to death in the struggle to escape.
Afghanistan: The Taliban sniper now working behind a desk
A year after the Taliban took over Afghanistan, the BBC returns to see how people's lives have changed.
‘They beat girls just for smiling’: life in Afghanistan one year after the Taliban’s return
Despite their promises of peace and stability, the country is on its knees, and its people are desperate