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Susan Meiselas - AFGHANISTAN/TAJIKISTAN. Aftermath of War.
TAJIKISTAN. Dushanbe. 1996. Wounded militia at the Karaioa hospital, where supplies are low, especially for morphine and anaesthesia.
TAJIKISTAN. Tursunzade. 1996. A man on a horse in front of a Soviet built aluminum plant.
TAJIKISTAN. Orjumikidze. 1996. Destroyed Garmi home.
AFGHANISTAN.Kunduz.1996.Nurse in outpatient clinic supported by Saudi Arabia in Baghe Sherkat Refugee Camp
AFGHANISTAN. Kunduz. 1996. The waiting room for an outpatient clinic at the Bagh-e Sherkat Camp hospital.
TAJIKISTAN.Dushanbe.1996. Selling bread at the market bazaar. Each family us rationed due to the shortage.
AFGHANISTAN (Nothern). 1996. Armed guards at the entrance to Amirabad Refugee Camp which is run by the Tra
TAJIKISTAN. Garm. 1996. Faded Soviet Union signs once welcoming travelers to the mountainous region of Garm.
AFGHANISTAN. Kunduz. 1996. An injured civilian lies in a hospital bed in the outpatient clinic in Bagh-e Sherkat Camp.
TAJIKISTAN. Garm. 1996. Boy dragging wood back to the town of Garm to supplement the 3 hours of daily electricity.
TAJIKISTAN. Dushanbe. 1996. On the way to Garm. A man cooking grains in a large vat outside.
AFGHANISTAN (Northern). Kunduz. A young girl dressed with chador at the Bagh-e Sherkat refugee camp.
TAJIKISTAN. Kabodian. 1996. A man begins clearing his former family home in the destroyed Garmi village known as "Bolshevik."
TAJIKISTAN. Kabodian. 1996. A painting of Lenin on a building that reads "Lenin is more alive than our other people."
AFGHANISTAN. Kunduz. 1996. Bread being sold in the market.
Northern AFGHANISTAN. 1996. Tajik family waits in United Nations High Commissioner of Refugess (UNHCR) truck to repatriate back to Southern Tajikistan.
TAJIKISTAN. Kabodian. 1996. Destroyed Garmi homes in the village known as "Bolshevik."
TAJIKISTAN. Garm. 1996. A faded Soviet sign welcoming travelers to the Mountainous region of Garm.
KAZAKHSTAN.Almaty. 1996. Private business has replaced the State run business making luxury Western goods.