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11.29.2001 Shamshatu Afghan Refugee Camp, Pakistan Afgahn family in their tent at the Shamshatu Afghan Refugee Camp, Pakistan. The father is a former teacher who tries to impart some education to his children despite being at the camp.
11.29.2001 Shamshatu Afghan Refugee Camp, Pakistan Two children at the Shamshatu Afghan Refugee Camp.
11.30.2001 Peshawar, Pakistan A poster featuring the reputed Al Queda leader, Osama Bin Ladin, a figure whose popularity is high among, but not limited to Islamic fundamentalists.
11.30.2001 Peshawar, Pakistan A boy stands surrounded among one of the violently themed movie murals that are ubiquitous in Peshawar.
11.30.2001 Grand Trunk Road/Khyber Road, Pakistan Anti-American sentiments.
11.18.2001. Grand Trunk Road, Afghanistan A boy plays atop the turret of a derelict soviet-era tank.
11.19.2001 Kabul, Afghanistan A boy and his rocket launcher. A young Northern Alliance soldier keeps watch. He is armed with a variety of weapons for whatever situation may arise.
11.19.2001 Kabul, Afghanistan A boy pushes his cart down a road that leads past the bombed-out Parliament building in Kabul. After enduring over twenty years of war, Afghanistan's infrastructure has largely been destroyed.
Kabul, Afghanistan A man fires his gun into the air. Much of the urban population in Afghanistan is armed.
11.19.2001 Kabul, Afghanistan Women bring their children to an Afghan woman's clinic in Kabul sponsored by the Swedish Committee for Afghanistan. Because of Afghanistan's constant state of war for the past 20 plus years, the clinic must treat not only malnutrition, but also dysentery, cholera, and other such diseases brought on by unsanitary conditions.
11.20.2001 Kabul, Afghanistan Prayer at the Tahia Maskan Orphanage for boys in Kabul, where many of the boys have lost their parents to Afghanistan's constant state of war. Here the boys receive food, shelter and an education limited to religious instruction.
11.22.2001 Kabul, Afghanistan A man convalesces as his wife looks on. He is bedridden and states that his injuries were a result of a beating inflicted by the Taliban.
11.28.2001 Peshawar, Pakistan
11.22.2001 Kabul, Afghanistan Children on the dusty streets of Kabul. After enduring over twenty years of war, Afghanistan's infrastructure has largely been destroyed.
11.20.2001. Kabul, Afghanistan A mine victim on the street. To make money, he relies on the sympathy of others as well a scale that he charges passers-by for its use. After decades of war, Afghanistan is one of the most heavily mined areas in the world.
11.19.2001. Kabul, Afghanistan Residents of the city catch a glimpse of arriving outsiders in the midst of the war between the Taliban and the Northern Alliance.
11.20.2001 Kabul, AfghanistanThe Tahia Maskan Orphanage for boys in Kabul, where many of the boys have lost their parents to Afghanistan's constant state of war. Here the boys receive food, shelter and an education limited to religious instruction.
11.28.2001 Islamabad, Pakistan A view of Islamabad from the backseat of a taxi.
Joseph Rodríguez Photography
Joseph Rodríguez is a Documentary photographer born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He studied photography in the School of Visual Arts and in the Photojournalism and Documentary Photography Program at the International Center of Photography in New York City.
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