Two years after US troops left, AP photographer Rodrigo Abd returned to Afghanistan with an idea: to use an old-style Afghan “box camera” to document how life has changed under Taliban rule. This special project gives a unique and intimate window into life in Afghanistan since the U.S. withdrawal. Peace has come to Afghanistan, but at a steep price: poverty, global isolation and the virtual erasure of Afghan women.
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