Ali M Latifi is a freelance journalist based in Kabul. He's reported from Afghanistan, Qatar, Turkey, Greece and Washington DC.
As Afghanistan suffers ever-growing levels of drug addiction, figures show more women being dragged into the spiral of addiction, often introduced to narcotics by their male partners or relatives.
The Greek island camp is full of Afghan refugees, who spend their days in what they say is "filth and degradation".
Though the city's air quality index is crossing alarming levels, comparable with cities like Delhi, and harming public health like never before, the issue remains buried under the usual war talk.
It's not opium farming but cooking meth that the district of Ghoryan quickly earned a reputation for, with traffickers buying the drug from locals at phenomenally low prices.
With an estimated 84 percent of the Afghan population under the age of 40, the youth leaders want to expunge the deadwood from the country's parliament and replace it with young blood.
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