‘No work and no money’: Afghans settle into life under Taliban rule – BBC News

Afghanistan is facing an economic crisis, with foreign reserves frozen as the international community decides how to help Afghans but not the Taliban.

There are restrictions on cash withdrawals and long queues at banks.

Second-hand markets have sprung up in cities across the country, with desperate Afghans trying to sell their possessions just to be able to afford enough to eat.

One woman, Shagufta, told us: “The Islamic Emirate is good, there’s no theft or crime anymore. We just have one problem, there’s no work and no money.”

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