War also means being born in a surgical centre for victims and the injured.
F’s eyes fill with both joy and sadness as he recognises the EMERGENCY logo
On Friday morning, fighting began to engulf Ghazni
One year ago, Abdul Jabbar, a young man from Kabul, was shot during a firefight just an hour before his wedding.
Hedayat has been working at the EMERGENCY Surgical Centre in Kabul since it opened in 2001.
Mohammed lives in Shash Darak, the district where two bombs exploded one after another.
His name is Ansarullah and he is two years old.
The constant activity at the hospital in Kabul is a clear signal of how the situation in Afghanistan is getting worse.
On Sunday morning, an attack on a voter registration centre caused dozens of deaths and over one hundred injuries.
We began to see smoke rising above the houses. A car bomb had exploded outside the stadium about a mile away from us.