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Images from Afghanistan

More from photo-journalist Guy Smallman’s journey to Kabul

Issue No. 2124

Refugee children already suffering from trauma and malnutrition are particularly vulnerable to winter killer diseases like TB and pneumonia. Temperatures in Kabul will drop as low as minus 15 degrees in January and February (Pic: <a

Refugee children already suffering from trauma and malnutrition are particularly vulnerable to winter killer diseases like TB and pneumonia. Temperatures in Kabul will drop as low as minus 15 degrees in January and February (Pic:


Poverty endured by ordinary Afghans is evident everywhere on the streets of Kabul (Pic: http://www.guysmallman.com/» Guy Smallman )

Poverty endured by ordinary Afghans is evident everywhere on the streets of Kabul (Pic: » Guy Smallman)


This luxury hotel and shopping complex is way beyond the reach of most Afghans. Built as part of the reconstruction, it is enjoyed only by the ruling elite and is protected 24 hours a day by dozens of heavily armed security guards (P

This luxury hotel and shopping complex is way beyond the reach of most Afghans. Built as part of the reconstruction, it is enjoyed only by the ruling elite and is protected 24 hours a day by dozens of heavily armed security guards (P



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