AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-LAND MINE : News Photo

AFGHANISTAN-UNREST-LAND MINE

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Hayatullah, 35, (L) who like most Afghans goes by only one name carries a bag of cooked rice left over from customers in a Kabul restaurant and Merzamullah ,35, walk in Kabul late on January 9, 2013. Hayatuallah lost a leg to a land mine in Shamali plain, north of Kabul during the deadly Afghan civil war of 1991-1996. Afghanistan is still one of the heavily mined countries in the world despite international efforts to clean the poverty-nation from millions of mines that were planted by the former Soviet ary between 1979 and 1987, followed by a deadly civil war between Afghan faction that defeated the Russian and Taliban who rulled the troubled country between 1996 and 2001 and now waging an insurgency against the NATO forces and use roadside bombings, improvised explosives devices as a main weapon in their war tactics. AFP PHOTO/ SHAH Marai (Photo credit should read SHAH MARAI/AFP/Getty Images)
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Hayatullah, 35, (L) who like most Afghans goes by only one name carries a bag of cooked rice left over from customers in a Kabul restaurant and Merzamullah ,35, walk in Kabul late on January 9, 2013. Hayatuallah lost a leg to a land mine in Shamali plain, north of Kabul during the deadly Afghan civil war of 1991-1996. Afghanistan is still one of the heavily mined countries in the world despite international efforts to clean the poverty-nation from millions of mines that were planted by the former Soviet ary between 1979 and 1987, followed by a deadly civil war between Afghan faction that defeated the Russian and Taliban who rulled the troubled country between 1996 and 2001 and now waging an insurgency against the NATO forces and use roadside bombings, improvised explosives devices as a main weapon in their war tactics. AFP PHOTO/ SHAH Marai (Photo credit should read SHAH MARAI/AFP/Getty Images)
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