ON AFGHANISTAN | Reporter’s Diary: The year the Taliban returned

August 15, 2022

After a tumultuous year, Afghans are living a new normal marked by quiet acts of defiance.

Even if they don’t have guns, the Afghan people will find a way to stand against tyranny and abuse, by any means possible, even if that only means walking on the streets and showing your presence to a group that locked them up through violence, war, and intimidation.

Source: Reporter’s Diary: The year the Taliban returnedThe year the Taliban returnedThe New Humanitarian, by Ali M Latifi, August 15, 2022

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