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April 18, 2016
Fakria Azizi, a member of the Zohra orchestra, an ensemble of 35 women, practises during a session, at...
Kabul, Afghanistan
The Wider Image: Women's orchestra in Kabul
Fakria Azizi, a member of the Zohra orchestra, an ensemble of 35 women, practises during a session, at Afghanistan's National Institute of Music, in Kabul, Afghanistan April 4, 2016. Playing instruments was banned under Taliban rule in Afghanistan, and even today, many conservative Muslims frown on most forms of music. Living in an orphanage in the capital, Kabul, 19-year-old Negin Ikhpolwak leads an ensemble of 35 women that plays both Western and Afghan musical instruments. In a country notorious internationally for harsh restrictions on women in most areas of life, Negin's story highlights a double challenge. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood SEARCH "ORCHESTRA KABUL" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "THE WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
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March 17, 2008
Mahboba Ahdyar (L) and Masood Azizi, both runners for the Olympic Games, train during a media event in...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Mahboba Ahdyar and Masood Azizi, both runners for the Olympic Games, train in Kabul Stadium
Mahboba Ahdyar (L) and Masood Azizi, both runners for the Olympic Games, train during a media event in Kabul Stadium March 15, 2008. Ahdyar is the only woman among four Afghans due to represent the war-torn country at August's Beijing Olympics and the slightly built 19-year-old 1,500 metre runner stands little chance of a medal. Competing, however, is more about pride and showing the world what Afghan women can do. Picture taken March 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
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March 17, 2008
Mahboba Ahdyar (R) and Masood Azizi, both runners for the Olympic Games, train in Kabul Stadium March...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Mahboba Ahdyar and Masood Azizi, both runners for the Olympic Games, train in Kabul Stadium
Mahboba Ahdyar (R) and Masood Azizi, both runners for the Olympic Games, train in Kabul Stadium March 15, 2008. Ahdyar is the only woman among four Afghans due to represent the war-torn country at August's Beijing Olympics and the slightly built 19-year-old 1,500 metre runner stands little chance of a medal. Competing, however, is more about pride and showing the world what Afghan women can do. Picture taken March 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
OLYMPICS-AFGHAN/
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March 17, 2008
Mahboba Ahdyar (R) and Masood Azizi, both runners for the Olympic Games, stretch during a media event...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Mahboba Ahdyar and Masood Azizi, both runners for the Olympic Games, train in Kabul Stadium
Mahboba Ahdyar (R) and Masood Azizi, both runners for the Olympic Games, stretch during a media event in Kabul Stadium March 15, 2008. Ahdyar is the only woman among four Afghans due to represent the war-torn country at August's Beijing Olympics and the slightly built 19-year-old 1,500 metre runner stands little chance of a medal. Competing, however, is more about pride and showing the world what Afghan women can do. Picture taken March 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
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March 17, 2008
Mahboba Ahdyar (L) and Masood Azizi (R), both runners for the Olympic Games, listen to their trainer...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Mahboba Ahdyar and Masood Azizi, both runners for the Olympic Games, listen to their trainer as they...
Mahboba Ahdyar (L) and Masood Azizi (R), both runners for the Olympic Games, listen to their trainer as they stretch durng a media event on a hilltop in Kabul March 15, 2008. Ahdyar is the only woman among four Afghans due to represent the war-torn country at August's Beijing Olympics and the slightly built 19-year-old 1,500 metre runner stands little chance of a medal. Competing, however, is more about pride and showing the world what Afghan women can do. Picture taken March 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
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March 17, 2008
Mahboba Ahdyar (L) and Masood Azizi (R), both runners for the Olympic Games, listen to their trainer...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Mahboba Ahdyar and Masood Azizi, both runners for the Olympic Games, listen to their trainer as they...
Mahboba Ahdyar (L) and Masood Azizi (R), both runners for the Olympic Games, listen to their trainer as they pose during a media event on a hilltop in Kabul March 15, 2008. Ahdyar is the only woman among four Afghans due to represent the war-torn country at August's Beijing Olympics and the slightly built 19-year-old 1,500 metre runner stands little chance of a medal. Competing, however, is more about pride and showing the world what Afghan women can do. Picture taken March 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
OLYMPICS-AFGHAN/
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March 17, 2008
Mahboba Ahdyar (R) and Masood Azizi, runners for the Olympic Games, jog on a hilltop in Kabul March 15,...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Mahboba Ahdyar and Masood Azizi, runners for the Olympic Games, jog on a hilltop in Kabul
Mahboba Ahdyar (R) and Masood Azizi, runners for the Olympic Games, jog on a hilltop in Kabul March 15, 2008. Ahdyar is the only woman among four Afghans due to represent the war-torn country at August's Beijing Olympics and the slightly built 19-year-old 1,500 metre runner stands little chance of a medal. Competing, however, is more about pride and showing the world what Afghan women can do. Picture taken March 15, 2008. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood (AFGHANISTAN)
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November 22, 2004
Afghan Mohammad Azizi holds a picture of his brother Doctor Muneer Ahmad Musamim who is among those detained...
Kabul, Afghanistan
Afghan man holds a picture of his brother in Kabul.
Afghan Mohammad Azizi holds a picture of his brother Doctor Muneer Ahmad Musamim who is among those detained by the U.S.-led forces in search of U.N. hostages in Kabul November 22, 2004. U.S.-led troops searching for three U.N. hostages blasted their way into compounds in Kabul early on Monday and detained 12 people. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood AM/TW
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