Institute for War & Peace Reporting (IWPR): “My husband was not only smoking heroin but also stealing others people’s things,” she told IWPR, adding that he had also taken all the money she earned as a seamstress and sold all their household goods. “Then people started coming to our home and asked me to pay for what he had stolen,” she continued. “I had to pay for both his heroin and his stealing.” Qadria now lives with their three children at her widowed mother’s house and faces an uncertain future. Officials in the southeastern province of Kandahar report that large numbers of women are seeking divorces because they can no longer live with their drug addict husbands. Click here to read more (external link).