Winter has come to Afghanistan, and brought with it a skyrocketing need for aid to millions of desperate Afghans. International humanitarian groups are working to stave off widespread hunger, while providing other services under a Taliban regime widely considered a pariah. From Kabul, and with the support of the Pulitzer Center, special correspondent Jane Ferguson reports.
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