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ATTACK AFGHANISTAN CHILDREN
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December 09, 2001
Twelve year old Arshad's (C) tiny fingers dart deftly among the
coloured threads stretched over a simple...
Kabul, Afghanistan
AFGHAN BOY WEAVES RUG WITH HIS BROTHERS IN KABUL.
Twelve year old Arshad's (C) tiny fingers dart deftly among the
coloured threads stretched over a simple loom where he and two of his
four brothers sit weaving a brightly patterned Afghan rug in Kabul
December 9, 2001. After five years of making kilims, rising well before
dawn and toiling 11 hours a day, Arshad is expert at the centuries-old
skill. Child labour is endemic in Afghanistan, where 23 years of war,
three years of drought and the absence of a conventional economy have
made the central Asian country one of the world's poorest. Picture
taken Decmeber 9, 2001 REUTERS/Damir Sagolj

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