Afghan farmer cultivates second chance at life with mushrooms after failed asylum attempt

Rasool Rezaie gently picks oyster mushrooms at his farm in Afghanistan's capital of Kabul, placing them into a basket - just a handful of the approximately 30 kilograms he supplies to markets every day. Rezaie set up his farm about two years ago, after unsuccessfully attempting to claim asylum, but his current profession remains rooted in his journey and time abroad.