BBC News: In a dusty courtyard, behind a tall mesh fence, a group of teenagers are playing a frenetic game of football, while others stand around watching from the sidelines. These are some of Afghanistan’s most vulnerable and most troubled children. Inmates of Kabul’s Juvenile Rehabilitation Centre. The centre generally holds approximately 300 inmates, aged between 12 and 18. On average, around half are accused of being in militant groups: the Islamic State (IS) or the Taliban. Click here to read more (external link).