An Afghan girl has been diagnosed with polio in Kabul - the capital's first case since the Taliban's fall in 2001.
The health ministry ordered a vaccination campaign across the capital after the three-year-old was diagnosed.
Polio remains endemic in Afghanistan, Pakistan and northern Nigeria, but has been almost wiped out around the world.
In all three countries Islamic extremists have obstructed health workers, preventing polio eradication campaigns from taking place.
Since the Afghan Taliban changed their policy, allowing vaccination in recent years, there has been a decline in cases in Afghanistan.
There were 80 cases in 2011, 37 in 2012, and 14 in 2013.
The emergence of a new case in Kabul is worrying health officials.
It was discovered in a very poor community of Kuchis, formerly nomadic herdsmen, now settled on a hillside in the east of the capital.
In response, health workers have tried to visit every home in the community.
There is no running water or electricity, and some of the ex-nomads still live in tents, despite the cold of winter in Kabul.
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