I report from Afghanistan for The Guardian, The Economist, Foreign Policy, The New Republic and more. I do regular TV live-crosses and phone beepers for CNN, Sky News, CBS Radio, CBC, Deutsche Welle, TRT World and more. I have lived in Afghanistan since June 2014, after moving here from Iran where I spent two years. I have a Master's degree from Columbia Journalism School in New York.
For the Guardian: Death toll rises in suspected US airstrike on Afghan hospital. Nine staff dead and up to 37 injured in Médecins Sans Frontières hospital as charity says bombing continued for 30 minutes after it raised alarm
For The Economist: Distant hopes. Optimism flickers for peace talks with the Taliban.
For The Guardian: Hamid Karzai seen as an increasing threat to Afghanistan's political stability.
For The Guardian: He was the saviour of Afghan music. Then a Taliban bomb took his hearing.
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