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Women in Nangarhar being carted over the border to Pakistan by husbands to spare their feet on the walk. Unluckier peers in some districts face possible sale by dissatisfied spouses. (Photo: Atal) 
What price for a woman?
21.03.2012  |  Society
Guests at the Almas Wedding Hall in Mazar-e Sharif. (Photos: Orya)
The price of marriage
24.03.2013  |  Society
Beautiful boys
26.08.2014  |  Society
The bride, typically in her early teens, is often forced to marry a man for times her senior. (photo: Uzra Shamal)
Human rights
Rural girls fall victim to 'baad' marriages
23.07.2015  |  Society
Afghan men queue to get a passport outside the passport office in Kabul.
The dream of reaching Europe
7.12.2015  |  Society
Many students can hardly read and write when they graduate from an Afghan madrasa. (Photo: Niazman)
The real Taliban
18.04.2011  |  Society
 (photo: Masood Momin)
15.12.2015  |  Society
Passed down from generation to generation, idioms and sayings exist separately from upheavals to the written language and literature. (Photos: Nick Allen)
A right load of idioms!
15.12.2013  |  Society
A crumbling house in Kharwar (photo: Faridullah Ahmadzai)
Logar's forgotten village
12.06.2015  |  Society
Till death do us part
10.01.2011  |  Society
فروشگاه لباس های محلی خانم ها در شهر مزار شریف  (photo: طاهره حسینی)
Evergreen fashion
15.09.2015  |  Society
Female pupils attend primary school in Ghazni province.  (photo: Rahmat Alizada)
Losing the battle for young minds
9.07.2015  |  Society
The price of a girl
3.06.2014  |  Society
 (photo: Wazhma Fazli)
Afghan women's green fingers
19.06.2015  |  Society
Pakistani migrants in Malaysia (photo: Aftab Ahmad)
Agents of fraud
22.10.2015  |  Society
Despite all the violence in their country, Afghans still love action movies. (Photo: Gittoes Film)
11.04.2011  |  Society
Natural disaster
Earthquake horror
27.10.2015  |  Society
Smoking fruit-flavoured tobacco from a 'shisha' water-pipe is popular, to the objection of many parents. (Photos: Samira Sadat)
1. Uniform change
4.09.2012  |  Society