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Rebuild Afghanistan's Giant Buddhas? Foot-Shaped Pillars Give Legs to Debate - WSJ

Rebuild Afghanistan's Giant Buddhas? Foot-Shaped Pillars Give Legs to Debate - WSJ

Afghanistan in the 1960's when it was beautiful and free. Tourists loved to go there.  - Peg Podlich im Sommer 1967 in Kabul

Afghanistan in the 1960's when it was beautiful and free. Tourists loved to go there. - Peg Podlich im Sommer 1967 in Kabul

Kiterunners: Afghan teenagers prepare to fly their kites on a hilltop overlooking Kabul. In the skies above Kabul for Nowruz, the Afghan New Year. High over a hill in the city, a white kite swept under a green, purple and orange rival and sliced through the thread connecting it to its owners, who smiled broadly even as their craft fluttered crippled and useless to the ground. (Shah Marai/AFP/Getty Images) #

Afghanistan: March 2012

Kiterunners: Afghan teenagers prepare to fly their kites on a hilltop overlooking Kabul. In the skies above Kabul for Nowruz, the Afghan New Year. High over a hill in the city, a white kite swept under a green, purple and orange rival and sliced through the thread connecting it to its owners, who smiled broadly even as their craft fluttered crippled and useless to the ground. (Shah Marai/AFP/Getty Images) #

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The most famous photo in the magazine's history, a striking young Afghan girl in a Pakistan refugee camp appeared on the cover of National Geographic's June 1985 issue.

J.K. Rowling on the Women of Harry Potter. She is such an inspiration. I want to write characters like her.

J.K. Rowling on the Women of Harry Potter. She is such an inspiration. I want to write characters like her.

Journeys to the Ends of the Earth: The Lost Buddhas of Afghanistan  Video

Journeys to the Ends of the Earth: The Lost Buddhas of Afghanistan Video

Kabul, Afghanistan: A boy flies a kite from the top of one of the mountains surrounding the Afghan capital

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Kabul, Afghanistan: A boy flies a kite from the top of one of the mountains surrounding the Afghan capital

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