A fledgling Afghan resistance movement is battling the Taliban in an effort to get schools, medical clinics and markets reopened.
A group of fighters in eastern Afghanistan have taken up arms against the Taliban.
Afghans from four villages have joined forces to create the National Uprising Movement.
They say they are simply protecting their people, at a time when neither the Afghan government nor the Taliban have
their interests at heart.
Al Jazeera’s Jennifer Glasse and Qais Azimy report.