An April Day That Changed Afghanistan 3: The legacy of the Saur Revolution’s war crimes

The coup d’etat that brought the People’s Democratic Party of Afghanistan (PDPA) was a watershed for Afghanistan, driving it into a conflict from which it has yet to recover and ushering in a whole new level of violence by the state against its citizens. Forced disappearances, the routine use of torture for punishment as well … Continue reading An April Day That Changed Afghanistan 3: The legacy of the Saur Revolution’s war crimes