Targeted by IS group, Afghanistan's Hazaras take security into their own hands
A new round of negotiations is opening in Qatar between the US and the Afghan Taliban. The goal is to agree on a peace process that would put an end to the decades-long conflict in Afghanistan. In addition to the Taliban, another group is causing havoc in the country: the Islamic State group. In the capital Kabul, the Hazaras, a Shiite minority, have been particularly targeted by the terrorist organisation. They are now taking security into their own hands. Our correspondents report.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett and James Vasina.