Taliban Photographer

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    July 12: Two unidentified Afghan Women chat with each other a few minutes before they were executed by Taliban in Ghazni province, Afghanistan. Taliban fighters told Associated Press Television News that the two were executed for allegedly running a prostitution ring catering to U.S. soldiers and other foreign contractors at a U.S. base in Ghazni city.

    AP
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    July 13: Local people watch two Afghan women shot and killed by Taliban in Ghazni province, Afghanistan. Taliban fighters told Associated Press Television News that the two were executed for allegedly running a prostitution ring catering to U.S. soldiers and other foreign contractors at a U.S. base in Ghazni city.

    AP
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    July 12: Face covered Taliban militants pose before they execute two Afghan women in Ghazni province, Afghanistan. Taliban fighters told Associated Press Television News that the two were executed for allegedly running a prostitution ring catering to U.S. soldiers and other foreign contractors at a U.S. base in Ghazni city.

    AP
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    July 12: Face covered Taliban militants exercise before they executed two Afghan women in Ghazni province, Afghanistan. Taliban fighters told Associated Press Television News that the two were executed for allegedly running a prostitution ring catering to U.S. soldiers and other foreign contractors at a U.S. base in Ghazni city.

    AP
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    July 12: Masked Taliban militants are seen posing at a defensive position at a undisclosed in Ghazni province, Afghanistan. More than 2,300 people -- mostly militants -- have died in insurgency-related violence this year, according to an Associated Press tally of official figures. U.S. troops on Monday reinforced a remote military outpost after well-armed militants got inside and killed nine American soldiers in the deadliest assault on U.S. forces in Afghanistan in three years. Attacks in eastern Afghanistan are up 40 percent this year compared with last year.

    AP
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    July 12: Face covered Taliban militants hold their heavy and light weapons at a undisclosed location in Ghazni province, Afghanistan. More than 2,300 people -- mostly militants -- have died in insurgency-related violence this year, according to an Associated Press tally of official figures. U.S. troops on Monday reinforced a remote military outpost after well-armed militants got inside and killed nine American soldiers in the deadliest assault on U.S. forces in Afghanistan in three years. Attacks in eastern Afghanistan are up 40 percent this year compared with last year.

    AP

 

 

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