24 Sep
Children caught up in Afghan conflict | Al Jazeera
By Ali M Latifi, Abdullah Shahood
Kabul, Afghanistan - In what had become a daily ritual, Anisa Shahghasi said goodbye to her son, Nawab, with prayers on her lips and a quick wave of her hand.
The world outside their cramped Kabul home was fraught with dangers. And like every other mother in the Afghan capital - which still witnesses regular bombings and deadly attacks - Anisa wished for her son’s safe return.
But on that September 8 morning, her prayers went unanswered.
FULL ARTICLE (Al Jazeera)
Photo: Peretz Partensky/Flickr

Children caught up in Afghan conflict | Al Jazeera

By Ali M Latifi, Abdullah Shahood

Kabul, Afghanistan - In what had become a daily ritual, Anisa Shahghasi said goodbye to her son, Nawab, with prayers on her lips and a quick wave of her hand.

The world outside their cramped Kabul home was fraught with dangers. And like every other mother in the Afghan capital - which still witnesses regular bombings and deadly attacks - Anisa wished for her son’s safe return.

But on that September 8 morning, her prayers went unanswered.

FULL ARTICLE (Al Jazeera)

Photo: Peretz Partensky/Flickr

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