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A young girl exciting school heading home. Girls are banned from getting hight education under a new Taliban rule, they can only attend up to the 6th grade.

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A Taliban with a police uniform at a checkpoint in the capital city Kabul.

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Many shops which have manikins of a female figure their faces have covered as demanded by the Taliban.

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Taxi motorbikes at the marketplace in downtown Kandahar.

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Maroa, 10 yrs old, who is in the 3rd grade does her homework while she sits on the street working as a shoeshiner to help her family.

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Young men on the streets of Kabul.

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Women tailoring women’s dresses and other female garments at a makeshift workshop in the outskirts of Kandahar City, which is run by Kochai a 30yrs old woman who used to have a clothing shop at the Kandahar marketplace but now due to the Taliban rule she had to close it due to the fact that she is a woman.

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Afghans working as independent drivers to transport goods await for costumers inside Kandahar City’s marketplace.

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Women using a mandatory burqa shopping at the marketplace in downtown Kandahar, basic goods have risen in price since the Taliban took over the country. Taliban flag are all over the area showing support for the Islamic Emirate.

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Pashtuns watch the pareade celebrating the anniversary of the return of the Islamic Emirate to power, on August 15th 2021 the Taliban took the capital city Kabul and with that full power of the country.

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Packing bags with kilos of tomatoes at the marketplace in downtown Kandahar, basic good have risen in price since the Taliban took over the country. Taliban flag are all over the area showing support for the Islamic Emirate.

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Women continue to be affected and the biggies looser of the Taliban being back in power. The Islamic Emirate has halted the progress many women had accomplished and has now banned them from pursuing hight education

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Evening prayer.



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A woman using a burqa in downtown Kandahar, the Taliban has placed a strict rule on women having to wear a burqa or a full veil.

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restaurant serving traditional Afghan food in Shahr-e Naw.

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The marketplace in downtown Kandahar, basic goods have risen in price since the Taliban took over the country.

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