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The days and nights following the Taliban’s capture of Kabul and the collapse of the Afghan government have been remarkably calm.

Most shops and businesses are closed. Ordinary Afghans are hiding in their homes. The Taliban are acting as a police force, protecting the city from marauders. And yet, in this moment of relative stillness, Afghans are facing a monumental realization: They now live in a completely new country.

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