Afghanistan: That's how young people are at war

They grew up as international forces positioned themselves in the streets of Afghanistan to stabilize a country in the war. That's almost two decades ago. How are young Afghans like Sultan, seen in this photo, today? Reuters photographer Mohammad Ismail traveled around the country with this question. People told him what the planned withdrawal of US troops could mean to them, what they were afraid of - and what they longed for.


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They grew up as international forces positioned themselves in the streets of Afghanistan to stabilize a country in the war. That's almost two decades ago. How are young Afghans like Sultan, seen in this photo, today? Reuters photographer Mohammad Ismail traveled around the country with this question. People told him what the planned withdrawal of US troops could mean to them, what they were afraid of - and what they longed for.

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REF: http://www.spiegel.de/fotostrecke/afghanistan-so-geht-es-jugendlichen-im-krieg-fotostrecke-166843.html