Three decades ago, Steve McCurry took arguably the most iconic picture of all time. Yet even after all this time, the pre-eminent photographer brims with enthusiasm when he talks about "Afghan Girl. I showed it to the editor of the National Geographic, and he leaped to his feet and shouted, 'that's our next cover'. Not only did "Afghan Girl" become the magazine's next cover, but the most successful in its distinguished history.
Bombed Afghan hospital staff helpless as patients burned in wards
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Just hours after a horrific act of terrorism in Kabul, mom Feroza Omar offered to breastfeed babies left motherless after the attack—and other mothers from around the city soon joined the efforts. After a terrorist attack on a maternity ward hospital in Afghanistan, one mother came to the hospital to offer to breastfeed newborns whose own mothers were killed or injured in the violent attack. Twenty-four mothers, children, and hospital staff were killed during an hours-long attack, but 20 babies survived and were sent to a nearby hospital for treatment. Eighteen of them were left without mothers, according to Wahid Majrooh, M.
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When brothers sit together, they're selling their sisters to others. Credit: Alamy. It must have 22 syllables, with nine in the first line and 13 in the second.