The Afghan IT sector, one of the few success stories from the war-ravaged nation, now threatened by continued conflict.
HALO Trust, whose 10 demining workers were killed last week, says will stay in the country after foreign troops leave.
With the US withdrawal under way, India has to find its place in the post-peace geopolitics of the region.
Taliban members dressed in medical gear hold workshops on preventing spread of virus as government welcomes move.
Sikh community has not only suffered through conflict, but also persecution in an increasingly intolerant society.
Both leaders hold ceremonies and form parallel governments, with Abdullah refusing to recognise Ghani’s inauguration.
Locals back government efforts to preserve heritage sites in Herat – once a hub for a vibrant Jewish community.
Afghan youth reflect on the gains made in the war-torn country since the US-led invasion toppled the Taliban in 2001.
Afghans who fought against Soviet forces remember the USSR’s withdrawal with pride, 30 years on.
In the 1990s, the Taliban focused on moral policing. Now, the group runs parallel governments in areas of influence.