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Masood Momin
A young Afghan architect has designed more than two dozen new prominent projects in Afghanistan. Afghanistan Today presents a snapshot of some of those that have been completed.

Blind students at Kabul university challenge stereotypes

Zafar Shah Rouyee
Two blind students in Kabul, Lina and Lida, are working towards their dream of becoming a journalist, challenging social stigmas.

The dream of reaching Europe

More than 70,000 Afghans have left their country since January 2015. An Afghanistan Today reporter went undercover to meet a people smuggler in Kabul.

Earthquake victims still stranded

A. Zia
People remain stranded the highlands of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, defenceless against sinking temperatures.
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Emergency relief in Chitral

Aftab Ahmad
The Provincial Disaster Management Authority in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa delivered emergency relief and food rations by helicopter to earthquake victims stranded in mountaineous districts.
A crumbling house in Kharwar (photo: Faridullah Ahmadzai)
Logar's forgotten village
12.06.2015  |  Society
Public opinion in Khost province is divided over the persona of hanged mafia boss Raees Khudaidad, whom many see as a hero of the people. (Cartoon: Urza Shamal)
Murderer or Robin Hood?
28.04.2015  |  Society
An adult literacy class in Bamiyan province. (Photos: Zafar Bamyani)
Girl power in Bamiyan
27.04.2015  |  Society
A taste of Kabul
21.04.2015  |  Society
Feroza received a medal of honor from Interior Minister Noor-ul-Haq Ulumi for the extraordinary bravery she showed defending her village from the Taliban. (Photo: Interior Ministry of Afghanistan)
Nerves of steel
15.04.2015  |  Society
A customer enjoys a fast food delicacy from a Lazeez rickshaw in Kabul. (Photo and video: Masood Momin)
Kabul's meals on wheels
7.04.2015  |  Society
Drummers prepare for a public meeting in Paktika. (Photos: Ahmadullah Ahmadi)
Beat of Afghan democracy
2.04.2015  |  Society
Helmand police officer Abdul Ghafor Afghaniyar, 24, has defused over 6,000 mines in his four-year career. (Courtesy photos)
Defusing the tension
26.03.2015  |  Society
Nomad's land
28.12.2014  |  Society
The Chaman show
21.12.2014  |  Society
Cash in trash
21.12.2014  |  Society
A breath of trash air
20.12.2014  |  Society
Wrongs and rights
19.12.2014  |  Society
Khyber jam
16.12.2014  |  Society
Sticky wicket
15.12.2014  |  Society
Get goat!
15.12.2014  |  Society
Bee a business for Afghans
13.12.2014  |  Society
Free ride
12.12.2014  |  Society
Culture without borders
12.12.2014  |  Society
Doctor's borders
9.12.2014  |  Society
Selling childhood
7.12.2014  |  Society
'Mini Kabul'
5.12.2014  |  Society
Shots across the divide
4.12.2014  |  Society