Mourners visit freshly-dug graves on the outskirts of Kabul after two explosions targeted a demonstration, killing at least 80 people.
43-Year-old Sharif Udin listens from a tree to a police commander calling out names of new passports.
Gulbadeen was injured by a landmine when he was in a truck trying to cross the border to Pakistan.
Afghans ride in a truck with people smugglers in Nimruz. They are trying to cross into Pakistan’s Baluchistan before entering Iran.
Mohibullah from Kunar works as a shoe polisher in Istanbul.
Afghan men watch each other wrestle in Istanbul. Many live here waiting for a chance to travel further to the European Union.
A man collects recyclable garbage in the streets of Istanbul's Zeytinburnu district. Afghans mainly carry out this work here.
Refugees prepare their iftar meal in a camp on the island Chios.
The grave of a small Afghan child sits on a hillside on the island of Chios. He died when his family crossed by boat from Turkey.
Afghan teenager Mortaza swims in the sea off the island of Lesbos. He is waiting for the Greek government to decide on his asylum request.
Afghan refugee Khalid sleeps on the bank of a road next to a petrol station and Hotel Hara, close to the Macedonian border. He spent one week in Idomeni and tried to cross the border there but was stopped by Macedonian police. He is from Nangarhar province, where he says ISIS is on the rise. He is hoping to make it to northern Europe.
An Afghan man feeds pigeons while Afghans and Pakistanis line up for food handouts near the train station in Belgrade.
8-Year old Ebrahim from Nangarhar province eats a meal that volunteers hand out once a day.
Fellow Afghans try to wash "comando" who they say lost his mind after being tortured with electric shocks by Croatian border police.
Afghan men sleep in below zero temperatures. There are not enough government facilities but most refugees don’t want to apply for asylum here.
Afghan and Pakistani men sit by a fire to get warm in a derelict warehouse behind Belgrade’s train station – most have been here for many months.
A group of Afghan and Pakistani men warm themselves near the border with Hungary, before trying to cross the border at night.
An Afghan man rides a bicycle in "The Jungle" refugee camp near the port of Calais.
Imran Khan, an 8-year-old refugee from Kunduz, Afghanistan plays pool in "The Jungle".
An Afghan refugee is escorted out of the camp in Calais by French police officers on the day the camp is closed.
An Afghan refugee stands with his belongings by his tent, now set on fire after police tried to close the illegal camp.
Many brokers at Sarai Shahzada, a currency market in downtown Kabul, are part of a money-transfer system known as hawala, which is often used in the refugee-smuggling business.
Asylum seekers from Afghanistan, Iran and Iraq are on a bus back to their safe houses in Jakarta after police stopped them from reaching a boat.
On the last hours of the journey the Australian Navy escorted the boat to the coast. The refugees will be sent to detention centres in other countries.
Fifty-seven asylum seekers, all Iranian but one Afghan man from Kunduz Afghanistan, and two Indonesian crew members during a three-day trip with destination the Australian territory of Christmas Island.
The Australian government has put up billboards and TV campaigns in Afghanistan to dissuade Afghans from travelling there.
Refugees staying in the Tempelhof refugee shelter, half of the 500 are from Afghanistan.
Afghan refugee Mortaza from Samargand stands on the back of a bicycle while Mustafa from Badakhshan province rides it.
Afghans celebrate the Afghan New Year by listening and dancing to a performance by Hamayoun Angar (left), an Afghan singer who came to Europe as a refugee a couple of years ago.
Nazir from Afghanistan's Baglan province works on a fruit and vegetable stand in northern London's Burnt Oak area.
Gurmeet Kaur and her husband Pritpal Singh with their 4-year-old daughter in their house in Southall. They both left their native Kabul during the civil war in the early 1990s. Pritpal has made two documentaries about Afghanistan’s shrinking Sikh community (YouTube: TheDutchSikh), to which they belong.
Afghans gather to pray and celebrate Eid-al-Fitr, the end of Ramadan in a party centre behind the Masjid Abu Haneefa Mosque.
Afghan children receive Dari and Pashtu lessons from the non-governmental Center of Afghan Diasporas in the Sevastopol shopping centre.
PhD student Masuma walks in Moscow's Gorky Park. After receiving threats for working with foreigners and the election commission in her hometown of Herat, she decided to leave Afghanistan.
Returning to Afghanistan after 31 years in Pakistan, the family of Sabruddin just crossed the border at Torkham.
Farsid is back in Afghanistan after his asylum claim in The Netherlands was rejected.