- Afghanistan: Girls Struggle for an Education
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- Clement Lambelet - Two Donkeys In A War Zone - Idea Books
- Braying for Battle: The Long Love Affair Between Donkeys and the Military
Afghan drug addict Abdul Rahman, 44, exhales after smoking opium as his children watch him at his home in Laghman province, on May 21, An Afghan child sits at the wheel of a destroyed Soviet-era bus in Kabul, on May 9, Agence France-Presse photographer Massoud Hossaini won the agency's first Pulitzer Prize for the picture on April 16, in the breaking news photography category "for his heartbreaking image of a girl crying in fear after a suicide bomber's attack at a crowded shrine in Kabul. A girl looks at U. Mahfouz Bahbah, 12, stands on a roadside hoping to sell his balloons during sunset in Kabul, on October 18, Minutes later the soldiers were attacked by grenades while leaving the village.
Razia was evacuated to the hospital in May after she was severely burned when a white phosphorus round hit her home in the Tagab Valley, killing two of her sisters during fighting between French troops and Taliban militants. Zardana, 11, talks in Kandahar, Afghanistan on April 22, about a pre-dawn incident on March 11, , when she says a U. Zardana said her visiting cousin saw the soldier chasing them and ran to help, but he was shot and killed.www.crossbaymedia.com/wp-content/legend/the-professional-model-mainor-book-1.php
Afghanistan: Girls Struggle for an Education
We just wanted somewhere to hide. I was holding on to my grandmother and we ran to our neighbors. She spent about two months recovering at the Kandahar Air Base hospital and three more at a naval hospital in San Diego receiving rehabilitation therapy, accompanied by her father, Samiullah. Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales of Lake Tapps, Washington, plead guilty to seventeen counts of murder and six counts of assault and attempted murder in the massacre.
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His guilty plea earned him a life sentence, avoiding the death penalty. A boy works at a brick-making factory outside Kabul, on July 15, A young boy sleeps on a woman's shoulder in the Old City on November 7, in Kabul.
An Afghan boy watches as his father is searched by a policeman at a checkpoint at Delaram district in Nimroz province, on January 21, Two young girls play house, mimicking their mothers in burqas cut to their size, on the outskirts of Jalalabad, east of Kabul, on March 17, Two Afghan children watch US military soldiers from the 3rd platoon, C-company, infantry on patrol in Genrandai village at Panjwai district, on September 24, The body of an Afghan child, during his funeral procession outside the city of Khost, Afghanistan, on November 24, A remote-controlled bomb hidden in a water tank exploded outside Khost, killing six people, including four children, and wounding one, authorities and relatives said.
All the victims were members of the same family who had been going shopping ahead of the Muslim holiday Eid. A boy climbs down a tree at a cemetery in Kabul, on June 5, A young amputee practices walking with her prosthetic legs at an International Committee of the Red Cross hospital for war victims and the disabled in the city of Mazar-i-Sharif, on May 1, Fazel Rahman, one of four child bombers who were arrested before staging a suicide attack, reacts in a classroom at the Kabul Juvenile Rehabilitation Center in Kabul, on May 14, The orders from their religious teacher were clear-cut: Go to Afghanistan, strap on a suicide vest and kill foreign forces.
With that, year-old Ghulam Farooq left his home in Pakistan with three other would-be boy bombers and headed into eastern Afghanistan. They were told there would be two members of the Taliban waiting for them at the Torkham border crossing in Nangarhar province. Instead, members of the Afghan intelligence service, who had been tipped to the boys' plans, arrested them at the border.
An Afghan boy holds his face as he throws himself backwards into a stream in Kabul, on August 10, A girl carries a child over her back on the outskirts of Herat, on April 9, Afghan children play in a street in Herat, on January 14, A five year old Afghan girl, allegedly raped by a 22 year old man, lies in a hospital bed in Kaldar district of Balk Province of Mazar-i-Sharif, on November 12, The alleged rapist and neighbor was later detained by police.
There is little sign that violence against women in Afghanistan is decreasing, despite billions of dollars of international aid which has poured into the country during the decade-long war. Some 87 percent of Afghan women report having experienced physical, sexual or psychological violence or forced marriage, according to figures quoted in an October report by the British charity Oxfam. An boy jumps from a vehicle in Kabul, on July, 5, The center, which is run mostly by disabled people, aims to educate and rehabilitate landmine victims and people with any kind of deformities, to help them integrate effectively into society.
Badkhen, a courageous war correspondent, decided to embed not with American troops but with the Afghan people in Throughout the year, she returns again and again to the country, traveling by foot, by taxi — and even by donkey — to the remote villages and hamlets of the Afghan North, reporting as the Taliban take over large swaths of territory and also on the unimaginable daily hardships of life in a place where even such basics as water, electricity, a doctor, and a working school are impossible luxuries.
Clement Lambelet - Two Donkeys In A War Zone - Idea Books
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Braying for Battle: The Long Love Affair Between Donkeys and the Military
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