Ghosts of Afghanistan

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The war in Afghanistan has been raging for 20 years and has cost the lives of nearly 200,000 people. Now the US and its allies have decided to withdraw troops. But chaos reigns in Afghanistan. What does this mean for the torn country? The war in Afghanistan has been raging for 20 years. Suicide attacks, bombings and kidnappings have cost the lives of nearly 200,000 people. Now the US and its allies – including Germany – have decided to withdraw troops. Yet the conflict has not been resolved: the Taliban is on the advance and the pressure on the civilian population is high. GHOSTS OF AFGHANISTAN provides insights into the longest and most costly conflict in the history of NATO, questions the role of the West, and shows a torn country.