A look inside the Pashtun and Hazara Comunities in Afghanistan.
Many of them have fled Afghanistan 20 or 30 years ago to escape the war between the Mujahideen and the Soviets, seeking shelter in Iran and Pakistan.
Up to forced repatriation.
Others run away from rural areas who are under siege by the Taliban.
They, too, such as refugees, have left everything and have to reinvent a life.
The main source of survival are grazing and carpet weaving.