A year on, the Taliban savor victory, while other Afghans pay the price

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Kabul is awash in men and boys on rickety bicycles, because they can no longer afford the price of a bus ticket or a taxi.

For the first time in decades, Afghans are living in relative peace. But with sanctions on the Taliban, the economy is in shambles and hunger is widespread. Girls are still out of school.

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