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AFGHAN-SNOWLEOPARDS/
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June 27, 2008
An Afghan shopkeeper shows a snow leopard skin in Kabul May 25, 2008. Afghanistan's snow leopards have...
Kabul, Afghanistan
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An Afghan shopkeeper shows a snow leopard skin in Kabul May 25, 2008. Afghanistan's snow leopards have barely survived three decades of war. But now the few remaining mountain leopards left in Afghanistan face another threat -- foreigners involved in rebuilding the war-torn country. Despite a complete hunting ban across Afghanistan since 2002, snow leopard furs regularly end up for sale on international military bases and at tourist bazaars in the capital. Foreigners have ready cash to buy the pelts as souvenirs and impoverished Afghans break poaching laws to supply them. Picture taken May 25, 2008. To match feature AFGHAN-SNOWLEOPARDS/ REUTERS/Omar Sobhani (AFGHANISTAN)
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