Afghanistan’s daily tragedy

The BBC’s foreign correspondent Lyse Doucet says the unending war in Afghanistan is ‘the deadliest conflict in the world’ after 2,307 people were killed in just one month.

The death toll for August 2019 is, it seems, typical for a country which is rarely at peace. This isn’t a new phenomenon – in the days of Eldred Pottinger it was divided into warring factions even though most people supposedly shared the same religion.

https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/world-asia-49662640

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