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A version of this article first appeared in the "Reliable Sources" newsletter. With futuristic speed, Afghanistan is being sent back in time, to what is often called a "dark age" of Taliban domination. The Afghan population is bearing witness with digital age tools, which means the heartache and terror is just a click away, filling cell phone screens and TV sets, if the world wants to see.

While there were relatively few sources of video as Kabul fell to the Taliban on Sunday, there were endless posts on social media:. Ghani later wrote a post on Facebook to justify his decision. He posted a video message wishing for peace while standing with his daughters. Other videos showed traffic jams along major arteries and emptied-out neighborhoods elsewhere.

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He captioned it "The end. In one videopeople were seen climbing into a US Air Force transport plane. Afghan filmmaker Sahraa Karimi posted pictures from the tarmac. They're holed up in what they hope are safe spaces.

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The besieged are interviewed on Internet calls, the insurgents post videos to social media. When I interviewed Megan Stack four days ago, she predicted this. She said we'd see a ton of "citizen journalism and decontextualized cell phone videos" as the Afghan government crumbled.

Phones are the difference-maker sinceshe said, when there were practically "no computers in Afghanistan.

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What remains to be seen: How, if at all, will the proliferation of smart phones and social platforms affect Afghanistan's next chapter? Will the Taliban clamp down on this technology and stop Afghans from telling their own stories?

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Disturbing stories have already tricked out of some Taliban-controlled provinces. Some said it could fall in That was six days ago. The Taliban's seizure of Afghanistan was, many analysts said, shocking but not surprising.

It was widely expected, but not so soon. Maybe this was a failure of imagination as well as a failure of American intelligence. We ended the hour with Kylie Atwood's reporting that the US flag was down at the embassy. It all happened so fast That's what Clarissa Ward told me during one of her live reports from Kabul on Sunday.

She said Afghan journalists, particularly women, are "absolutely petrified" by the Taliban takeover. While we were speaking live on CNN, I was inundated with s and tweets from viewers who were worried about Ward's safety. So I asked her about that.

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She said CNN's crews in Afghanistan are being "exceptionally cautious," and will leave if necessary. But "for so many Afghans, that's simply not an option," she pointed out. One managed to escape, one is unreachable.

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Please keep our colleagues and their families in your thoughts and prayers. The Guardian has been publishing astonishing essays by Afghan contributors. This one is by a female resident of Kabul who now insists on anonymity for obvious reasons.

On Sunday, she wrote, "all I could see around me were the fearful and scared faces of women and ugly faces of men who hate women, who do not like women to get educated, work and have freedom. The Fuller Project, the nonprofit newsroom covering women and injustice, also produced an agonizing thread full of reporting and reactions from Afghan journalistsmany of whom spoke anonymously.

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Politico also published a story by a male Afghan journalist "who asked not to be identified to protect his safety The US presence in Afghanistan has been a footnote for so long. Too long. Now it's suddenly the top story. As CNN's Nick Paton Walsh observed"The kind of tragic, urgent attention Afghanistan is getting now is very clearly the result of the spectacular and exhausted inattention it got for about the last 9 years. I wonder if viewers and readers feel a sort of confused whiplash. Or if they feel anything at all.

Kate Brannen of Just Security askedis this "the first time in 20 years the American public is showing any interest in Afghanistan? I said on CNN that I perceived that the American people "accepted" this defeat, so to speak, years ago. All rights reserved. of the times.

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It all happened so fast. Afghan journalists are "absolutely petrified". Newfound anonymity for Afghan women.

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Newfound attention for the "forgotten war". All Rights Reserved.

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