The Silent Casualties of a Forgotten War

Last year, more than 11,000 Afghan civilians were killed and wounded, the deadliest on record for civilians in Afghanistan since the U.S.-led invasion 15 years ago, according to a latest UN report. Thousands are fleeing to neighboring countries including in Europe, but for those unable to leave, the horrors of war are right at their doorstep. (via Time) 📷: Paula Bronstein—Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting/Getty Images Reportage

The Silent Casualties of a Forgotten War

Getty Images photographer Paula Bronstein documents the heavy price paid by civilians in battle-torn Afghanistan. Photo: Paula Bronstein—Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting/Getty Images Reportage


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