Andrew Quilty is a freelance photojournalist and reporter. A winner of Polk and World Press Photo awards, he has been based in Kabul since 2013. Follow his work at www.andrewquilty.com.
The 9/11 WarsAs the Taliban Seize Cities, Desperate Afghans Are Trapped in an American-Made Fiasco
Since 2001, urban Afghans have enjoyed a return of ordinary freedoms. Now they have the most to lose.
A U.S.-Backed Militia That Kills Children May Be America’s Exit Strategy From Its Longest War
Operatives from an elite CIA-trained paramilitary unit massacred at least 51 civilians in 10 previously undocumented night raids.
The Coronavirus CrisisWith Fake Hand Sanitizer and 12 Ventilators, Afghanistan Expects Millions of Coronavirus Cases
As many as 15,000 people per day crossed into Afghanistan last month from Iran, fleeing Covid-19 and potentially bringing the pandemic with them.
Will a Quiet Week in Afghanistan Lay the Groundwork for Peace?
The weeklong reduction in violence was pitched as a trust-building measure that, if successful, could set the stage for a formal truce with the Taliban.