It's been two years since the Taliban seized Afghanistan - what has changed?
When the Taliban seized Afghanistan two years ago, the hardline Islamist movement promised it had changed in the two decades since it ran one of the world's most repressive governments. But the administration has re-introduced many of the harsh restrictions on girls and women from their draconian 1996-2001 rule. It has excluded girls from high schools, and barred women from universities and most jobs. Here is a collection of Context's reporting on Afghanistan.