The last UK troops leave Helmand province in Afghanistan, as a poll suggests 68% of the UK public think the 13-year campaign was not "worthwhile".
Background and Profiles
- Muslim soldiers' Afghan challenge02:34
- Exhibition on a changing Afghanistan02:46
- Eerie silence of deserted Bastion01:08
- Ceremony marks end of operations01:21
- British troops leave Helmand outpost02:23
- Last UK troops ready for Afghanistan01:44
- Carols and music at Camp Bastion01:46
- Christmas at Camp Bastion02:44
- PM hails Afghan 'mission accomplished'03:11
- Families pay tribute to 'heroes'03:53
- Afghan police 'not trustworthy'03:01
- Any lessons from Afghanistan?03:03
- Afghanistan: What can be achieved?03:34
- Army town's Afghanistan burden03:25
Features & Analysis
Changes in Afghanistan since 2001
Striking photos of British troops posted on billboards across Britain
What comes home and what gets left behind?
British troops dismantle their bases in Afghanistan.
Afghanistan can leave physical and mental scars
Hope and concern as UK troops prepare to leave Afghanistan
Unique access inside a Taliban stronghold near Kabul
The pain of losing an only son in Afghanistan
Could collapse in trust lead to early Afghan exit?
How words, not bullets, are reaching out
The British-run base in southern Afghanistan