No Way Home

A new series created by Afghans forced into exile after the Taliban seized Kabul.


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Telling Afghanistan’s Stories — in Their Own Words

Summia Tora, Mir Abdullah Miri, Maryam Barak

Over four episodes, three Afghan exiles describe their experiences and those of others who tried to leave when the U.S. military pulled out of Afghanistan a year ago.

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No Way Home, Episode One: Life and Death

No Way Home, Summia Tora

Two Afghans try to flee Kabul after the Taliban takeover. Only one makes it out.

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Record numbers of women are registering to vote in the run-up to the midterm elections.

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