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Afghan barber, Ghulam 50, is shaving the customer's beard for one USD (1$) in an old barber shop in
#Mazar_e_sharif, #Balkh, #Afghanistan. Photo by Shiwa Kiyanosh @shiwakiyanosh #everydayBalkh, #everydayAfghanistan, #everydayAsia, #everydayeveryWhere, #Instagram.

Children playing Karambol, a billiard-like board game at late afternoon on Wazir Akbar Khan hill, #Kabul, #Afghanistan. Photo by Maryam Sultan Abdullah @marillimasultan #everydayKabul, #everydayAfghanistan, #everydayAsia, #everydayeveryWhere, #Instagram.

An elderly Afghan man selling Afghanistan's flag to passersby in downtown Kabul. In addition, yesterday the 19th August, 2017 marked the 98th Independence anniversary of Afghanistan. Lately we are wishing you all a happy independence day. #Kabul, #Afghanistan. Photo by Jim Huylebroek @jimhuylebroek #everydayKabul, #everydayAfghanistan, #everydayAsia, #everydayeveryWhere, #Instagram,

Mother and son waiting for a ride alongside of a painted wall in Herat city of western Afghanistan. The newly born graffiti art in Afghanistan has found its way into the hearts of artists during the past years and now boldly stealing the attention of people around the cities. In Afghanistan generally graffiti can be defined as words, figures, letters or drawings scribbled or sprayed on a surface – not yet scratched through the dark streets of sleeping cities and allies. Today, graffiti is more than just words, slogans or symbols sprayed, not only for us but all around the world. For Afghanistan graffiti is an act of sending out a message to wash away the depressing memories of long-time war having taken in the country, to educate the public and to beautify the cities. #Herat, #Afghanistan. Photo by Jafar Mosavi @jafar_mosavi #everydayHerat, #everydayAfghanistan, #everydayAsia, #everydayeveryWhere, #art, #painting, #graffiti, #Instagram

"Business owners like Ghulam Siddiq have had to rebuild Istalif twice in three decades. From ruins of Soviet aerial bombardment to Taliban razing. After 2001, the market saw an upsurge in tourism. Foreigners and Afghans took the easy commute to the valley for hikes, pottery shopping and simple meals. Today, every shopkeeper here talks with nostalgia about that not too distant past. Despite its relative serenity in comparison to the rest of Afghanistan, tourism has escaped the valley in recent years." #Istalif, #Kabul, #Afghanistan. Photo by Jim Huylebroek @jimhuylebroek #everydayKabul, #everydayAfghanistan, #everydayAsia, #everydayeveryWhere, #Instagram

A local football match at the far northeast part of the country, #Taloqan, #Takhar, #Afghanistan. Photo by Fraidoon Fojan @fraidoon.fojan #everydayTakhar, #everydayAfghanistan, #everydayAsia, #everydayeveryWhere, #football, #Instagram.

"Happiness beyond darkness" Laughing faces, joy, entertains and colors are yet found around the cities, and hope for a bright future still lies here. #Kabul, #Afghanistan. Photo by Aryan Musleh @aryanmusleh #everydayKabul, #everydayAfghanistan, #everydayAsia, #everydayeveryWhere, #Instagram

An Afghan boy, Mahdi 10, swims in a polluted outdoor pool in Mazar-i-sharif, Afghanistan. Everyone in the world knows about the war in Afghanistan but few know about the water crisis going on in the country. Afghanistan was once a flourishing country with beautiful cities and plentiful food and water supplies, but decades of war have decimated much of the country. One of the casualties of war has been the infrastructure that supplies the people with a clean water source. #Mazar_e_sharif, #Balkh, #Afghanistan. Photo and text made by Farshad Usyan @farshadusyan for @groundtruth and @climatetracker #everydayBalkh, #everydayAfghanistan, #everydayAsia, #everydayeveryWhere, #everydayClimateChange, #reportagespotlight, #climatechange, #pollution, #environment, #photojournalism, #mobilephotography

Local visitors and picnickers enjoying their time by horse riding at Qargha Lake. #Kabul, #Afghanistan. Photo by Oleksandr Rupeta @oleksandrrupeta #everydayKabul, #everydayAfghanistan, #everydayAsia, #everydayeveryWhere, #Instagram.

Men bathe in a river in the Momand Valley of Achin, Afghanistan. This beautiful area is where the United States dropped the GBU-43/B Massive Ordinance Blast, aptly nicknamed the "Mother of All Bombs" last April. Afghan Commandos with the help of U.S. Special Forces have pushed the front line of fighting against ISIS-K a few kilometers deeper into the mountains, where operations are currently ongoing. According to the Pentagon there are less than 1000 IS aligned fighters throughout the country, but local security forces disagreed - - estimating that there were 1200 fighters in Achin alone. #Achin, #Nangarhar, #Afghanistan. Photo and text by @gettyreportage contributor Andrew Renneisen @andrewrenneisenphoto #everydayNangarhar, #everydayAfghanistan, #everydayAsia, #everydayeveryWhere, #gettyimagesnews, #photojournalism, #Instagram

Father and daughter enjoy hanging out during the summer days on outskirts of #Kabul, #Afghanistan. Photo by Aryan Musleh @aryanmusleh #everydayKabul, #everydayAfghanistan, #everydayAsia, #everydayeveryWhere, #Instagram

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