Bilal Sarwary: ‘In a city I loved, suddenly nowhere was safe’

Bilal Sarwary: ‘In a city I loved, suddenly nowhere was safe’

On one trip to the lush green Arghandab river valley, close to the city of Kandahar, I arrived eager to see the country’s most famous pomegranates. But when I arrived, it was the blood of its residents, not the fruit, that was flowing. What I saw was a microcosm of what has happened in so many rural areas in Afghanistan.

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