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Guy Smallman’s photos of bombed out Granai in Afghanistan

Issue No. 2161

A village elder points to the grave where his sister and her children are buried. The cemetery contains dozens of fresh graves, some containing entire families.  (Pic: http://www.guysmallman.com/&raqu

A village elder points to the grave where his sister and her children are buried. The cemetery contains dozens of fresh graves, some containing entire families. (Pic: &raqu


One of three sisters injured in the bombing lies in the burns unit of Herat general hospital. Seven year old Noria nearly died when her burns became infected. She had endured several painful skin graft operations. Her mother was killed in the strike. Fort

One of three sisters injured in the bombing lies in the burns unit of Herat general hospital. Seven year old Noria nearly died when her burns became infected. She had endured several painful skin graft operations. Her mother was killed in the strike. Fort


Children climb over rubble in the devastated area around the village mosque.  (Pic: http://www.guysmallman.com/» Guy Smallman )

Children climb over rubble in the devastated area around the village mosque. (Pic: » Guy Smallman)



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Tue 21 Jul 2009, 18:32 BST
Issue No. 2161
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