Bringing supplies to Afghanistan through Tajikstan

Almost one third of all supplies sent to troops in Afghanistan are shipped via the north through Central Asia.

Unlike the main route through Pakistan, this one is regarded to be safe.

But as northern Afghanistan is becoming increasingly unstable, this alternative supply network may also be under threat.

The BBC's Central Asian correspondent Rayhan Demytrie reports from the Tajik-Afghan border.

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