ON AFGHANISTAN | ‘I drug my hungry children to help them sleep’ – BBC News

November 28, 2022

Afghans are giving their hungry children medicines to sedate them – others have sold their daughters and organs to survive. In the second winter since the Taliban took over and foreign funds were frozen, millions are a step away from famine.

Source: Afghanistan: ‘I drug my hungry children to help them sleep’, BBC News, by Yogita Limaye, November 24, 2022

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