Former members of the now defunct security forces of the toppled Afghan Republic in Saret, a side valley of the remote district of Kamdesh in the eastern Afghan province of Nuristan. While they say they feel safe, they lament that they have no opportunity to make a living and were forced to return to their remote ancestral homes. (Franz J. Marty, 16th of May 2022)
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