Down the Road: Desperate breadwinners in Afghanistan sell belongings at second-hand market

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“As America has blocked the money of #Afghanistan, people have no jobs and there is a lot of unemployment,” a street vendor at Chowk-e-Jouda, a second-hand market in downtown #Kabul, told CGTN correspondent Danial Khan. Vulnerable Afghans gather at the market daily to trade clothes and electronics for food and daily necessities.

Danial Khan is taking his journey deep into Afghanistan to discover what’s really happening there. In the third episode of our special series “Down the Road,” he documents the economic dilemma of ordinary Afghans in the country.

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