Taliban fighter Abdul Qayum from Helmand province walks next to a former soldier from the old Afghan Army Khair Mohammad, who lost both legs in a mine blast, during a session to get used to their new leg prosthesis at a rehabilitation center in Kabul, Afghanistan October 14, 2021. Taliban fighters are now getting used to new artificial limbs alongside soldiers of the army they fought to defeat. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A Taliban fighter Besmillahe Rahmane, who's leg is paralized after a gunshot, is checked by a therapist at the Red Cross rehabilitation center in Kabul, Afghanistan October 14, 2021. Former Taliban fighter Mohammad Ishaq, who spent years battling Western troops and local forces in Afghanistan, lost his leg in combat and is now learning to walk with a new limb. Standing near him at a Kabul clinic is one of the soldiers he defeated. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Mohammad Tawfiq, 24, a former soldier from the old Afghan National Army from Panjshir province, poses during a session at a rehabilitation center in Kabul, Afghanistan October 14, 2021. Mohammad was paralyzed from the waist down after a Taliban ambush in which he was the only survivor of his three-man patrol, he has spent the last three years in bed and still needs support to stand up. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A Taliban fighter Mohammad Ishaq sits with other patients during a session to get used to his new leg prosthesis at a rehabilitation center in Kabul, Afghanistan October 12, 2021. Ishaq lost a leg after years of combat against Western troops and Afghan forces and is now getting used to new artificial limbs alongside soldiers of the army he fought to defeat. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

A Taliban fighter Mohammad Ishaq poses with his old leg prosthesis outside a rehabilitation center in Kabul, Afghanistan October 12, 2021. Ishaq lost a leg after years of combat against Western troops and Afghan forces and is now getting used to new artificial limbs alongside soldiers of the army he fought to defeat. REUTERS/Jorge Silva

Amputee patients attend a physiotherapy session at the Red Cross rehabilitation center in Kabul, Afghanistan October 16, 2021. REUTERS/Jorge Silva