Tolerance Tolerance 2021-01-08 Kandahar youth relish freedom, fear Taliban return will roll back progress Men and women are enjoying trendy cafes, co-ed universities, gyms and other entertainment that was banned under the Taliban. The uptick in Taliban violence threatens that hard-earned freedom. Tolerance 2020-02-20 Afghan artist overcomes disability, discrimination to open art centre Nineteen-year-old Robaba Mohammadi -- who is unable to use her hands, arms or legs -- opened a centre in Kabul to help train other disabled artists. Tolerance 2019-01-02 Afghan mothers gather in Herat to advocate for peace More than 60 women gathered in Herat city as part of the Peace Mothers initiative, a growing network of women from across the spectrum engaged in advancing the peace process. Tolerance 2017-08-10 Herat massacre has united, not divided, Sunnis and Shia The 'Islamic State of Iraq and Syria' (ISIS) suicide attack on a Shia Hazara mosque in Herat sought to drive a wedge between sects in the city -- that attempt failed. Tolerance 2017-06-05 Kabul Process highlights Afghanistan's commitment to peace Afghanistan is committed to negotiate peace with the opposition parties.