What do young Afghans think about their country?
When people think of Afghanistan, they’re reminded of the conflict, suicide bombings, and women’s rights.
But what do Afghans think about their own country?
Euronews reporter Masoud Imani Kalesar spoke to more than a dozen students outside Kabul University about never-ending war, young people's views on North America, and their hopes and dreams for Afghanistan.
Some see the US as a friend, others an enemy of Islam, but many of the students — some of whom study law, journalism and psychology in Kabul — suggest what needs to change going forward.