The UK’s newest front-line workers: Afghan fruit sellers
They have fled disaster and conflict in their home country. Now, they find themselves working on the front line of a pandemic – without any protective equipment – in another one. Zar Nabi, 30, from Afghanistan, tends his fruit and vegetable stall in the Alum Rock neighbourhood of Birmingham, UK [Anam Hussain/Al Jazeera]
May 26, 2021 — Akbar Arghandiwal