Kidnapping in Herat Afghanistan : News Photo

Kidnapping in Herat Afghanistan

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HERAT, AFGHANISTAN - APRIL 9: Sayed Rasoul, left, and Nabi Khatak, right, count Iranian currency at the Herat Currency Exchange on April 9, 2013 in Herat, Afghanistan. Businessmen placed a memorial photo and statement in solidarity to the family of 9 yr-old son, Ali Sena Nowruzee, who was kidnapped and murdered last year. The boys father Naseer Ahmad Nowruzee was a money dealer and businessman handling large sums of cash; kidnappers targeted him forcing him to pay $65,000 ransom. Herat's relative success economically have caused hundreds of kidnappings, with families of businessmen paying large sums to ransom their relatives. (Photo by Michel du Cille/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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HERAT, AFGHANISTAN - APRIL 9: Sayed Rasoul, left, and Nabi Khatak, right, count Iranian currency at the Herat Currency Exchange on April 9, 2013 in Herat, Afghanistan. Businessmen placed a memorial photo and statement in solidarity to the family of 9 yr-old son, Ali Sena Nowruzee, who was kidnapped and murdered last year. The boys father Naseer Ahmad Nowruzee was a money dealer and businessman handling large sums of cash; kidnappers targeted him forcing him to pay $65,000 ransom. Herat's relative success economically have caused hundreds of kidnappings, with families of businessmen paying large sums to ransom their relatives. (Photo by Michel du Cille/The Washington Post via Getty Images)
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April 09, 2013
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Sayed Rasoul left and Nabi Khatak right count Iranian currency at the... News Photo 167519996Afghanistan,Count,Herat,Horizontal,Human Interest,IranianPhotographer Collection: The Washington Post 2013 The Washington PostHERAT, AFGHANISTAN - APRIL 9: Sayed Rasoul, left, and Nabi Khatak, right, count Iranian currency at the Herat Currency Exchange on April 9, 2013 in Herat, Afghanistan. Businessmen placed a memorial photo and statement in solidarity to the family of 9 yr-old son, Ali Sena Nowruzee, who was kidnapped and murdered last year. The boys father Naseer Ahmad Nowruzee was a money dealer and businessman handling large sums of cash; kidnappers targeted him forcing him to pay $65,000 ransom. Herat's relative success economically have caused hundreds of kidnappings, with families of businessmen paying large sums to ransom their relatives. (Photo by Michel du Cille/The Washington Post via Getty Images)