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How Afghanistan's money exchangers "grease the economy"
The informal network of exchangers are making money available in ways banks can't, says Cambridge research fellow Nafay Choudhury.
What Taliban rule has meant for an Afghan American, personally and professionally
Homa Sorouri spent years working with international aid organizations in Afghanistan. It's "dreadful," she said, to see the work they did disappear.
From taxes to the drug trade, how the Taliban paid its way
The Taliban has taxed everything from government projects to international trade.