As the Taliban consolidate their control of Afghanistan after the withdrawal of foreign forces, many Afghans are fearful of what the future holds under the new regime.
However people are also greatly relieved that a 20-year war that cost many civilian lives may finally be over. That’s particularly true in rural areas which saw much of the fighting.
Jane Hill presents BBC News at Ten reporting by Secunder Kermani and cameraman Malik Mudassir, who travelled to Afghanistan’s eastern province of Logar.
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