Afghanistan’s Fall Into Extreme Poverty, Explained | WSJ

Afghanistan has spiraled into near-universal poverty since the Taliban took over. Under international sanctions, the price of basic goods has surged, drought is worsening food insecurity and some have resorted to selling their organs. WSJ’s Margherita Stancati reports. Video/Photo: Paula Bronstein for WSJ

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