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An Afghan man prays in a field of poppy. (Photo: Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images)
25 Jan 18
Locals say that reviving a once-flourishing processing plant could provide a much-needed alternative.
Young women study at an Afghan university. (Photo: Majid Saeedi/Getty Images)
25 Jan 18
Graduates claim that many institutions are just money-making enterprises.
Taliban fighters peacefully surrender their arms during a meeting with Afghan government officials as part of the government's peace and reintegration process, April 11, 2011 in Kandahar. (Photo: U.S. Army Maj. James D. Crawford/ISAF via Getty Images)
25 Jan 18
Ex-militants say that broken promises are prolonging the insurgency.
The Kunar river winds through a valley in the northeastern province. (Photo: John Moore/Getty Images)
23 Jan 18
Government struggles to protect vast areas of woodland.
Amu Darya river. (Photo: Staff Sgt. Bradley Lail/Air Force Photo)
23 Jan 18
Poor infrastructure means that more and more territory is being swallowed up.
Project Highlight
22 Jan 18
Officials start to address prisoners’ complaints after story appears.
Afghan farmers work together to build a greenhouse. (Photo: ResoluteSupportMedia/Flickr)
17 Jan 18
Hopes that new infrastructure could replace opium farming in the southern province.
Pomegranates from Kandahar ready for processing at Afghanistan's first juice concentrate factory. Kabul, October 2009. (Photo: Paula Bronstein/Getty Images)
17 Jan 18
Nearly 23,000 tonnes sold abroad this year, bringing in some four million dollars.
Medieval Herati miniatures displayed in the exhibition. (Photo: Sodaba Ahrari)
15 Jan 18
Hopes that efforts will boost fortunes of local Herati art scene.
15 Jan 18
Some organisations accused of following self-serving agendas.

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