Kabul in 1979 and 2016: A Mother and Daughter Reflect

The writer's mother, Ghuncha, left, hoped her daughter would enjoy the same freedoms she did in the 1970s. Aryan's university ID photo, right, taken 28 years later, instead reflects decades of war and conflict. (Courtesy of Sparghai Basir Aryan)
Sparghai Basir Aryan / Sahar Speaks

By Sparghai Basir Aryan / Sahar Speaks


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