Afghan Rag Pickers Sift Garbage For Salvageable Material : News Photo

Afghan Rag Pickers Sift Garbage For Salvageable Material

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KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - NOVEMBER 14: Workers from a scrap-yard and Afghan Pashtun boys, who say they were forced from the troubled province of Baglan due to threats from the Taliban, warm themselves by a fire near to a garbage dump site on November 14, 2012 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Children working at the garbage site in Kabul said they can make up to 90 Afghans (USD $1.75) per day collecting cans and other recyclable materials for sale. If they were to stay and work in their home province, with limited options for employment, and join the Police or Army, the Taliban threatened they would come for them and their families, they said. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
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KABUL, AFGHANISTAN - NOVEMBER 14: Workers from a scrap-yard and Afghan Pashtun boys, who say they were forced from the troubled province of Baglan due to threats from the Taliban, warm themselves by a fire near to a garbage dump site on November 14, 2012 in Kabul, Afghanistan. Children working at the garbage site in Kabul said they can make up to 90 Afghans (USD $1.75) per day collecting cans and other recyclable materials for sale. If they were to stay and work in their home province, with limited options for employment, and join the Police or Army, the Taliban threatened they would come for them and their families, they said. (Photo by Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
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