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4 Aug Here are some of my favorite photos of people & landscapes from my mile trek into Afghanistan's remote and mountainous Wakhan. Images of Afghanistan (courtesy of Ruth and Frank Harold). View of Kabul, New and old in Kabul, Pushtunistan square, Kabul, Tomb of King Abdurrahman. 19 Aug Few photographers have captured Afghanistan like Steve McCurry. Here, to mark its independence day, we look at some of his most.
7 Aug Afghanistan is a retrospective portfolio of the Magnum photographer Steve McCurry's most striking images of the country, from to 22 Aug KABUL, Afghanistan — Soon after the attacks of Sept. 11, , the United States military's attention turned to Afghanistan, where Al Qaeda's. Download stunning free images about Afghanistan. Free for commercial use ✓ No attribution required.
22 Aug US president Donald Trump departed from his "America First" strategy last night, committing the US to open-ended war in Afghanistan, and. 28 Oct An Afghan baby girl in the arms of her mother at a general hospital in Kabul, A group of women makes its way into the Shrine of Ali in. 30 Dec Afghanistan is synonymous with war for Americans, but these photos show it's also a place of stunning beauty. 30 Apr He began covering events in Afghanistan for AFP in , first as a stringer, later a Skip to the next and previous photo by typing j/k or ←/→. Find the perfect Afghanistan stock photos and editorial news pictures from Getty Images. Download premium images you can't get anywhere else.
Photographer Jodi Bieber wins World Press Photo of the Year for her TIME Aisha, disfigured as punishment for fleeing her husband in Afghanistan. 30 Apr 'No More Hope': Slain Afghan Photographer Covered His Country's Turmoil For A selection of Shah Marai's photos from Afghanistan follows. Army Cpl. Jason Bogar of Seattle, Wash., of the rd Airborne Brigade Combat Team, died July 13, during a fierce battle in Wanat, Afghanistan that also. The pictures were taken by American university professor Dr. Bill Podlich, who in took a two-year leave of absence to work for UNESCO in Afghanistan.