In Europe, Afghans represent 20% of the refugees who arrived in 2015, the second largest group behind the Syrians. Since January 2017, like Sweden and Germany, many European countries have started to implement the agreement from October 2016 between the European Union (EU) and the Afghan authorities, for the expulsion of 80,000 Afghan refugees denied asylum. In exchange, Kabul will receive 5 billion euros by 2020.
After being deported from Sweden and Germany where they lived for long periods of time, the young men must adapt to the harsh realities of daily life in Afghanistan which include violence and attacks. They left behind their friends, sometimes their spouses and children and find themselves stuck in a country which feels neither like a home or a country which can provide them with a future.