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The Taliban in Afghanistan: From 1996 to today

(WARNING: Graphic content) Taliban militants are seen with their weapons in an undisclosed location in Afghanistan January 16, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer

(WARNING: Graphic content) Taliban militants are seen with their weapons in an undisclosed location in Afghanimore

(WARNING: Graphic content) Taliban militants are seen with their weapons in an undisclosed location in Afghanistan January 16, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer
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A Taliban fighter pulls the lanyard to fire a Soviet-built 122mm artillery piece about 20 km north of Kabul, November 24, 1996.

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A Taliban fighter pulls the lanyard to fire a Soviet-built 122mm artillery piece about 20 km north of Kabul, Nmore

A Taliban fighter pulls the lanyard to fire a Soviet-built 122mm artillery piece about 20 km north of Kabul, November 24, 1996. REUTERS/Dylan Martinez
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Armed members of the Taliban sit atop a military vehicle as they prepare to invade the provincial capital of Wardak, Maidan Shahr, in Afghanistan, February 4, 1995. The Taliban controlled most of Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001.  

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Armed members of the Taliban sit atop a military vehicle as they prepare to invade the provincial capital of Wmore

Armed members of the Taliban sit atop a military vehicle as they prepare to invade the provincial capital of Wardak, Maidan Shahr, in Afghanistan, February 4, 1995. The Taliban controlled most of Afghanistan from 1996 to 2001. REUTERS/Files
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Afghan refugees walk along the road fleeing fighting north of Kabul October 11, 1996.

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Afghan refugees walk along the road fleeing fighting north of Kabul October 11, 1996. REUTERS/Patrick de Noirmore

Afghan refugees walk along the road fleeing fighting north of Kabul October 11, 1996. REUTERS/Patrick de Noirmont
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Afghans walk in Kabul amid concern about a possible military intervention in Afghanistan by the United States following the September 11 attacks, September 19, 2001.    REUTERS/Files

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Afghans walk in Kabul amid concern about a possible military intervention in Afghanistan by the United States following the September 11 attacks, September 19, 2001. REUTERS/Files
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Members of the Taliban pass onlookers during a military parade as part of celebrations to mark the
72nd anniversary of the country's independence from Britain in Kabul, August 19, 2001. 

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Members of the Taliban pass onlookers during a military parade as part of celebrations to mark the 72nd annivemore

Members of the Taliban pass onlookers during a military parade as part of celebrations to mark the 72nd anniversary of the country's independence from Britain in Kabul, August 19, 2001. REUTERS/Files
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An Afghan boy examines a strip of movie film snatched from the flames of a bonfire set by the Taliban in front of Kabul's Zaynab cinema, October 14, 1996. 

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An Afghan boy examines a strip of movie film snatched from the flames of a bonfire set by the Taliban in frontmore

An Afghan boy examines a strip of movie film snatched from the flames of a bonfire set by the Taliban in front of Kabul's Zaynab cinema, October 14, 1996. REUTERS/Patrick de Noirmont
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An Afghan boy looks at a pole strung with hundreds of destroyed video and music tapes beside a road in Kabul, July 16, 2001. 

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An Afghan boy looks at a pole strung with hundreds of destroyed video and music tapes beside a road in Kabul, July 16, 2001. REUTERS/Files
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A view of the Kabul Museum, where Taliban said they had destroyed all the statues, in the Afghan capital March 18, 2001. 

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A view of the Kabul Museum, where Taliban said they had destroyed all the statues, in the Afghan capital Marchmore

A view of the Kabul Museum, where Taliban said they had destroyed all the statues, in the Afghan capital March 18, 2001. REUTERS/Files
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Library staff check that books conform to the ruling Taliban's interpretation of Islam in the Kabul University library in the Afghan capital March 23, 2001. 

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Library staff check that books conform to the ruling Taliban's interpretation of Islam in the Kabul Universitymore

Library staff check that books conform to the ruling Taliban's interpretation of Islam in the Kabul University library in the Afghan capital March 23, 2001. REUTERS/Files
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Afghan boys play soccer in front of the gaping niche where a giant Buddha statue used to stand in the central town of Bamiyan, April 13, 2007. The Taliban destroyed two of the statues in 2001.   REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

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Afghan boys play soccer in front of the gaping niche where a giant Buddha statue used to stand in the central town of Bamiyan, April 13, 2007. The Taliban destroyed two of the statues in 2001.   REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
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An Afghan woman walks past a shop selling newly made burkas in Kabul, October 18, 1996.

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An Afghan woman walks past a shop selling newly made burkas in Kabul, October 18, 1996. REUTERS/Patrick de Nomore

An Afghan woman walks past a shop selling newly made burkas in Kabul, October 18, 1996. REUTERS/Patrick de Noirmont
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The Taliban uses a heavy battle tank to crush hundreds of cans of beer, October 24, 1996.

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The Taliban uses a heavy battle tank to crush hundreds of cans of beer, October 24, 1996. REUTERS/Patrick de more

The Taliban uses a heavy battle tank to crush hundreds of cans of beer, October 24, 1996. REUTERS/Patrick de Noirmont
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An Afghan Taliban fighter tries to retrieve a shoe with his Kalachnikov rifle at a zoo in Kabul, October 1996.   REUTERS/Patrick de Noirmont

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An Afghan Taliban fighter tries to retrieve a shoe with his Kalachnikov rifle at a zoo in Kabul, October 1996. REUTERS/Patrick de Noirmont
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Afghans stop to look at the body of one of four men hanged by the Taliban in Kabul August 8, 2001, after they were convicted of setting off bombs. The four men were publicly hanged before their bodies were strung from cranes and a traffic tower.

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Afghans stop to look at the body of one of four men hanged by the Taliban in Kabul August 8, 2001, after they more

Afghans stop to look at the body of one of four men hanged by the Taliban in Kabul August 8, 2001, after they were convicted of setting off bombs. The four men were publicly hanged before their bodies were strung from cranes and a traffic tower. REUTERS/Stringer
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Detained female aid workers, among eight foreign aid workers on trial for promoting Christianity in the country, leave the Supreme Court in a van after their appearance in Kabul court, September 8, 2001. 

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Detained female aid workers, among eight foreign aid workers on trial for promoting Christianity in the countrmore

Detained female aid workers, among eight foreign aid workers on trial for promoting Christianity in the country, leave the Supreme Court in a van after their appearance in Kabul court, September 8, 2001. REUTERS/Zahid Hussein
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School children in Kabul put on turbans outside their school before attending classes April 10, 2001, after the Taliban ordered all school and higher education students to wear turbans as part of an Islamic tradition while attending classes.

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School children in Kabul put on turbans outside their school before attending classes April 10, 2001, after thmore

School children in Kabul put on turbans outside their school before attending classes April 10, 2001, after the Taliban ordered all school and higher education students to wear turbans as part of an Islamic tradition while attending classes. REUTERS/Files
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A smiling street child sells the Hewad daily newspaper in the streets of Kabul October 17, 1996. The headline reads "Declaration of Taliban leader Mullah Omar." REUTERS/Patrick de Noirmont

A smiling street child sells the Hewad daily newspaper in the streets of Kabul October 17, 1996. The headline more

A smiling street child sells the Hewad daily newspaper in the streets of Kabul October 17, 1996. The headline reads "Declaration of Taliban leader Mullah Omar." REUTERS/Patrick de Noirmont
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A Taliban fighter guards Kabul's sports stadium as tens of thousands of onlookers watch a soccer match, June 26, 2001.  

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A Taliban fighter guards Kabul's sports stadium as tens of thousands of onlookers watch a soccer match, June 2more

A Taliban fighter guards Kabul's sports stadium as tens of thousands of onlookers watch a soccer match, June 26, 2001. REUTERS/Files
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Two Afghan protestors try to remove the emblem of the American embassy in Kabul, September 26, 2001. Thousands of angry Afghans stormed the embassy to protest against Washington's threat to launch an attack on the ruling Taliban for its refusal to hand over over Osama bin Laden.

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Two Afghan protestors try to remove the emblem of the American embassy in Kabul, September 26, 2001. Thousandsmore

Two Afghan protestors try to remove the emblem of the American embassy in Kabul, September 26, 2001. Thousands of angry Afghans stormed the embassy to protest against Washington's threat to launch an attack on the ruling Taliban for its refusal to hand over over Osama bin Laden. REUTERS/Stringer
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Afghan ruling Taliban fighters head to the front line in the north of Kabul on October 10, 2001. REUTERS/Sayed Salahuddin

Afghan ruling Taliban fighters head to the front line in the north of Kabul on October 10, 2001. REUTERS/Sayedmore

Afghan ruling Taliban fighters head to the front line in the north of Kabul on October 10, 2001. REUTERS/Sayed Salahuddin
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Anti-Taliban Afghan fighters watch several explosions from U.S. bombings in the Tora Bora mountains in Afghanistan December 16, 2001.

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Anti-Taliban Afghan fighters watch several explosions from U.S. bombings in the Tora Bora mountains in Afghanimore

Anti-Taliban Afghan fighters watch several explosions from U.S. bombings in the Tora Bora mountains in Afghanistan December 16, 2001. REUTERS/Erik de Castro
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A young Afghan woman shows her face in public for the first time after five years of Taliban Sharia law as she waits at a food distribution centre in central Kabul November 14, 2001. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

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A young Afghan woman shows her face in public for the first time after five years of Taliban Sharia law as she waits at a food distribution centre in central Kabul November 14, 2001. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
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Pro-Taliban fighters, including foreigners, crouch behind iron bars to gain some space in an overcrowded prison near the northern Afghan city of Mazar-i Sharif, December 5, 2001. Some 3,350 pro-Taliban prisoners were locked in this prison after they were captured by the Northern Alliance.    

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Pro-Taliban fighters, including foreigners, crouch behind iron bars to gain some space in an overcrowded prisomore

Pro-Taliban fighters, including foreigners, crouch behind iron bars to gain some space in an overcrowded prison near the northern Afghan city of Mazar-i Sharif, December 5, 2001. Some 3,350 pro-Taliban prisoners were locked in this prison after they were captured by the Northern Alliance. REUTERS/Faruk Zabci
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Former Taliban fighters stand in the prison in northern Afghan town of Shibirgan, some 130 km west from Mazar-i-Sharif, March 22, 2002. Hundreds of former Taliban fighters were freed in a goodwill gesture.

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Former Taliban fighters stand in the prison in northern Afghan town of Shibirgan, some 130 km west from Mazar-more

Former Taliban fighters stand in the prison in northern Afghan town of Shibirgan, some 130 km west from Mazar-i-Sharif, March 22, 2002. Hundreds of former Taliban fighters were freed in a goodwill gesture. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
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An Afghan man and his son ride a bicycle past the body of a Taliban fighter north of Kabul as Northern Alliance fighters approached the capital, November 13, 2001.     

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An Afghan man and his son ride a bicycle past the body of a Taliban fighter north of Kabul as Northern Alliancmore

An Afghan man and his son ride a bicycle past the body of a Taliban fighter north of Kabul as Northern Alliance fighters approached the capital, November 13, 2001. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
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Afghan policemen stand next to a captured Taliban fighter after a gun battle near the village of Shajoy in Zabol province March 22, 2008.   REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

Afghan policemen stand next to a captured Taliban fighter after a gun battle near the village of Shajoy in Zabmore

Afghan policemen stand next to a captured Taliban fighter after a gun battle near the village of Shajoy in Zabol province March 22, 2008.   REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
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U.S. Army Sergeant Larry R. Gutierrez gives medical treatment to a wounded Taliban fighter after a gun battle near the village of Shajoy March 22, 2008. 

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U.S. Army Sergeant Larry R. Gutierrez gives medical treatment to a wounded Taliban fighter after a gun battle near the village of Shajoy March 22, 2008. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
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A former Taliban soldier displays his weapon as 40 fighters surrendered to the government in the western city of Herat March 10, 2009.  REUTERS/Mohammad Shoib

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A former Taliban soldier displays his weapon as 40 fighters surrendered to the government in the western city of Herat March 10, 2009.  REUTERS/Mohammad Shoib
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Taliban fighters ride on motorbikes in an undisclosed location in Afghanistan July 14, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer

Taliban fighters ride on motorbikes in an undisclosed location in Afghanistan July 14, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer

Taliban fighters ride on motorbikes in an undisclosed location in Afghanistan July 14, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer
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Afghan policemen gather around a shopping mall as the government forces restored control after a Taliban attack in Kabul January 18, 2010. 

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Afghan policemen gather around a shopping mall as the government forces restored control after a Taliban attacmore

Afghan policemen gather around a shopping mall as the government forces restored control after a Taliban attack in Kabul January 18, 2010. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani
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Soldiers from the U.S. Army's Alfa Company, 3rd brigade of 10th Mountain Division based in Fort Drum, New York, check damage to their armored vehicle after an IED (improvised explosive device) laid by the Taliban exploded along the road near the village of Eber in Logar province September 26, 2009. No one was injured in the incident. REUTERS/Nikola Solic

Soldiers from the U.S. Army's Alfa Company, 3rd brigade of 10th Mountain Division based in Fort Drum, New Yorkmore

Soldiers from the U.S. Army's Alfa Company, 3rd brigade of 10th Mountain Division based in Fort Drum, New York, check damage to their armored vehicle after an IED (improvised explosive device) laid by the Taliban exploded along the road near the village of Eber in Logar province September 26, 2009. No one was injured in the incident. REUTERS/Nikola Solic
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Afghan National Army soldiers celebrate over the dead body of a gunman as government forces restored control after a Taliban attack in Kabul January 18, 2010. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani

Afghan National Army soldiers celebrate over the dead body of a gunman as government forces restored control amore

Afghan National Army soldiers celebrate over the dead body of a gunman as government forces restored control after a Taliban attack in Kabul January 18, 2010. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani
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U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Chris Sanderson, 24, from Flemington, New Jersey shouts as he tries to protect an Afghan man and his child after Taliban fighters opened fire in the town of Marjah, in Nad Ali district, Helmand province, February 13, 2010. 

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U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Chris Sanderson, 24, from Flemington, New Jersey shouts as he tries to protect an Amore

U.S. Marine Lance Corporal Chris Sanderson, 24, from Flemington, New Jersey shouts as he tries to protect an Afghan man and his child after Taliban fighters opened fire in the town of Marjah, in Nad Ali district, Helmand province, February 13, 2010. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
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Lal Mohammad, a 40-year-old farmer, speaks to reporters at a hospital in Kabul August 31, 2009. Mohammad was one of millions of Afghans who defied Taliban threats and set out to vote in the country's presidential election. He paid for his decision with a savage mutilation: fighters ambushed him while he walked to the polling station and cut off part of his nose and his ears.   REUTERS/Oleg Popov

Lal Mohammad, a 40-year-old farmer, speaks to reporters at a hospital in Kabul August 31, 2009. Mohammad was omore

Lal Mohammad, a 40-year-old farmer, speaks to reporters at a hospital in Kabul August 31, 2009. Mohammad was one of millions of Afghans who defied Taliban threats and set out to vote in the country's presidential election. He paid for his decision with a savage mutilation: fighters ambushed him while he walked to the polling station and cut off part of his nose and his ears.   REUTERS/Oleg Popov
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An Afghan policeman carries an injured man after a suicide attack on the Indian embassy in Kabul July 7, 2008. REUTERS/Pajwak News Agency

An Afghan policeman carries an injured man after a suicide attack on the Indian embassy in Kabul July 7, 2008.more

An Afghan policeman carries an injured man after a suicide attack on the Indian embassy in Kabul July 7, 2008. REUTERS/Pajwak News Agency
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Military personnel stand in front of Kabul City Centre shopping mall after a deadly bomb blast in Kabul February 26, 2010. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov

Military personnel stand in front of Kabul City Centre shopping mall after a deadly bomb blast in Kabul Februamore

Military personnel stand in front of Kabul City Centre shopping mall after a deadly bomb blast in Kabul February 26, 2010. REUTERS/Shamil Zhumatov
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Afghan boys look a damaged window of a shop after a suicide attack in west of Kabul, Afghanistan May 25, 2016. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail

Afghan boys look a damaged window of a shop after a suicide attack in west of Kabul, Afghanistan May 25, 2016.more

Afghan boys look a damaged window of a shop after a suicide attack in west of Kabul, Afghanistan May 25, 2016. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail
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Shamsia, 17, victim of an acid attack by the Taliban, lies on a bed at a hospital in Kabul November 15, 2008. The Taliban attacked Shamsia two days earlier as she was on her way to class with 15 other schoolgirls, according to police.     REUTERS/Omar Sobhani

Shamsia, 17, victim of an acid attack by the Taliban, lies on a bed at a hospital in Kabul November 15, 2008. more

Shamsia, 17, victim of an acid attack by the Taliban, lies on a bed at a hospital in Kabul November 15, 2008. The Taliban attacked Shamsia two days earlier as she was on her way to class with 15 other schoolgirls, according to police.     REUTERS/Omar Sobhani
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An Afghan man (L) mourns over the bodies of his sons killed in a suicide bombing in the city of Baghlan, north of Kabul, November 7, 2007. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

An Afghan man (L) mourns over the bodies of his sons killed in a suicide bombing in the city of Baghlan, northmore

An Afghan man (L) mourns over the bodies of his sons killed in a suicide bombing in the city of Baghlan, north of Kabul, November 7, 2007. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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A brother of one of the victims of a suicide car bomb, targeting a minibus carrying journalists, mourns at the burial ceremony, at a cemetery Kabul, Afghanistan January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

A brother of one of the victims of a suicide car bomb, targeting a minibus carrying journalists, mourns at themore

A brother of one of the victims of a suicide car bomb, targeting a minibus carrying journalists, mourns at the burial ceremony, at a cemetery Kabul, Afghanistan January 21, 2016. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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Afghans take part in a burial ceremony of Afghan journalist Sardar Ahmad of Agence France-Presse in Kabul March 23, 2014. Sardar, his wife and two children were killed during an attack by gunmen at Serena Hotel, a luxury hotel used by U.N. staff and prominent Afghan politicians.

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Afghans take part in a burial ceremony of Afghan journalist Sardar Ahmad of Agence France-Presse in Kabul Marcmore

Afghans take part in a burial ceremony of Afghan journalist Sardar Ahmad of Agence France-Presse in Kabul March 23, 2014. Sardar, his wife and two children were killed during an attack by gunmen at Serena Hotel, a luxury hotel used by U.N. staff and prominent Afghan politicians. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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Taliban fighters pose with weapons in an undisclosed location in Afghanistan October 30, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer

Taliban fighters pose with weapons in an undisclosed location in Afghanistan October 30, 2009. REUTERS/Stringemore

Taliban fighters pose with weapons in an undisclosed location in Afghanistan October 30, 2009. REUTERS/Stringer
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Graffiti left behind by Taliban fighters remains on the walls of a compound used as a command center for the U.S Marine Corps's First Battalion, Eighth Marines at Musa Qala in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province, November 10, 2010. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly

Graffiti left behind by Taliban fighters remains on the walls of a compound used as a command center for the Umore

Graffiti left behind by Taliban fighters remains on the walls of a compound used as a command center for the U.S Marine Corps's First Battalion, Eighth Marines at Musa Qala in southern Afghanistan's Helmand province, November 10, 2010. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly
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Taliban insurgents pose in front of a burning German military vehicle in Isaa Khail village of Char Dara district of the northern Kunduz Province April 3, 2010. REUTERS/Wahdat

Taliban insurgents pose in front of a burning German military vehicle in Isaa Khail village of Char Dara distrmore

Taliban insurgents pose in front of a burning German military vehicle in Isaa Khail village of Char Dara district of the northern Kunduz Province April 3, 2010. REUTERS/Wahdat
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A U.S. Army soldier with the 1st platoon, 2nd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, part of the 82nd Airborne Division, jumps into a crater caused by an explosion of an IED (Improvised Explosive Device) in Mainjui village in Arghandab valley, southern Afghanistan May 6, 2010. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis

A U.S. Army soldier with the 1st platoon, 2nd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, part of the 82nd Amore

A U.S. Army soldier with the 1st platoon, 2nd Battalion, 508th Parachute Infantry Regiment, part of the 82nd Airborne Division, jumps into a crater caused by an explosion of an IED (Improvised Explosive Device) in Mainjui village in Arghandab valley, southern Afghanistan May 6, 2010. REUTERS/Yannis Behrakis
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U.S. medic Sgt. Patrick Schultz of the 101st Airborne Division's Task Force Shadow "Dustoff" medevac team treats an Afghan detainee and suspected Taliban fighter wounded by a roadside bomb, during an emergency airlift in southern Afghanistan's Kandahar province October 3, 2010. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly

U.S. medic Sgt. Patrick Schultz of the 101st Airborne Division's Task Force Shadow "Dustoff" medevac team treamore

U.S. medic Sgt. Patrick Schultz of the 101st Airborne Division's Task Force Shadow "Dustoff" medevac team treats an Afghan detainee and suspected Taliban fighter wounded by a roadside bomb, during an emergency airlift in southern Afghanistan's Kandahar province October 3, 2010. REUTERS/Finbarr O'Reilly
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Taliban fighters pose with weapons in an undisclosed location in Nangarhar province, December 13, 2010.  REUTERS/Stringer

Taliban fighters pose with weapons in an undisclosed location in Nangarhar province, December 13, 2010.  REUTEmore

Taliban fighters pose with weapons in an undisclosed location in Nangarhar province, December 13, 2010.  REUTERS/Stringer
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Smoke rises from the Intercontinental hotel as a NATO helicopter flies overhead, after Taliban insurgents attacked the hotel frequented by Westerners, in Kabul June 29, 2011. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani

Smoke rises from the Intercontinental hotel as a NATO helicopter flies overhead, after Taliban insurgents attamore

Smoke rises from the Intercontinental hotel as a NATO helicopter flies overhead, after Taliban insurgents attacked the hotel frequented by Westerners, in Kabul June 29, 2011. REUTERS/Omar Sobhani
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A wounded Afghan policeman is carried away from the site of an attack on offices belonging to the British Council in Kabul August 19, 2011. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

A wounded Afghan policeman is carried away from the site of an attack on offices belonging to the British Counmore

A wounded Afghan policeman is carried away from the site of an attack on offices belonging to the British Council in Kabul August 19, 2011. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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NATO and Afghan troops attend to casualties during a battle with Taliban insurgents who took over a building near the U.S. embassy in Kabul September 14, 2011.   REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

NATO and Afghan troops attend to casualties during a battle with Taliban insurgents who took over a building nmore

NATO and Afghan troops attend to casualties during a battle with Taliban insurgents who took over a building near the U.S. embassy in Kabul September 14, 2011.   REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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An Afghan policeman looks at the bodies of Taliban insurgents (behind the wall) who were killed after the building that they took over was recaptured by NATO and Afghan security forces near the U.S. embassy in Kabul September 14, 2011. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

An Afghan policeman looks at the bodies of Taliban insurgents (behind the wall) who were killed after the builmore

An Afghan policeman looks at the bodies of Taliban insurgents (behind the wall) who were killed after the building that they took over was recaptured by NATO and Afghan security forces near the U.S. embassy in Kabul September 14, 2011. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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A captured wounded Taliban fighter lies on the back of a military truck in Combat Outpost Pirtle King, to be transported to the U.S. military's Forward Operating base in Kunar province, eastern Afghanistan September 27, 2011. REUTERS/Erik De Castro

A captured wounded Taliban fighter lies on the back of a military truck in Combat Outpost Pirtle King, to be tmore

A captured wounded Taliban fighter lies on the back of a military truck in Combat Outpost Pirtle King, to be transported to the U.S. military's Forward Operating base in Kunar province, eastern Afghanistan September 27, 2011. REUTERS/Erik De Castro
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U.S. soldiers blow up a roadside bomb set up by Taliban fighters near the town of Walli Was in Paktika province, near the border with Pakistan, November 4, 2012. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic

U.S. soldiers blow up a roadside bomb set up by Taliban fighters near the town of Walli Was in Paktika provincmore

U.S. soldiers blow up a roadside bomb set up by Taliban fighters near the town of Walli Was in Paktika province, near the border with Pakistan, November 4, 2012. REUTERS/Goran Tomasevic
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An Afghan man walks at the site of attack in Samangan province July 14, 2012. A suicide bomber killed a prominent anti-Taliban politician and 22 other guests at a wedding reception, officials said. REUTERS/Stringer

An Afghan man walks at the site of attack in Samangan province July 14, 2012. A suicide bomber killed a prominmore

An Afghan man walks at the site of attack in Samangan province July 14, 2012. A suicide bomber killed a prominent anti-Taliban politician and 22 other guests at a wedding reception, officials said. REUTERS/Stringer
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Ayoub Khan mourns next to the body of his friend, Abdul Satar, who was killed in an Afghan-led operation in Laghman province May 1, 2012. NATO says a Taliban leader and another insurgent were killed after they opened fire on security forces taking part in an Afghan-led operation. REUTERS/ Parwiz

Ayoub Khan mourns next to the body of his friend, Abdul Satar, who was killed in an Afghan-led operation in Lamore

Ayoub Khan mourns next to the body of his friend, Abdul Satar, who was killed in an Afghan-led operation in Laghman province May 1, 2012. NATO says a Taliban leader and another insurgent were killed after they opened fire on security forces taking part in an Afghan-led operation. REUTERS/ Parwiz
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Afghans carry the coffin of Burhanuddin Rabbani, former Afghan president and head of the government's peace council who was killed by a suicide bomber posting as a Taliban envoy with a message about possible talks, during his burial ceremony on Wazir Akbar Khan hill in Kabul September 23, 2011. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood

Afghans carry the coffin of Burhanuddin Rabbani, former Afghan president and head of the government's peace comore

Afghans carry the coffin of Burhanuddin Rabbani, former Afghan president and head of the government's peace council who was killed by a suicide bomber posting as a Taliban envoy with a message about possible talks, during his burial ceremony on Wazir Akbar Khan hill in Kabul September 23, 2011. REUTERS/Ahmad Masood
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Two 500-pound bombs explode at dusk on a Taliban fighting position near Blocking Position one above Kamdesh in Afghanistan's Nuristan Province June 11, 2012.    REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

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Two 500-pound bombs explode at dusk on a Taliban fighting position near Blocking Position one above Kamdesh in Afghanistan's Nuristan Province June 11, 2012.    REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
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Blood is seen on the wall of a building after a Taliban attack in Kabul June 10, 2013. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail

Blood is seen on the wall of a building after a Taliban attack in Kabul June 10, 2013. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail

Blood is seen on the wall of a building after a Taliban attack in Kabul June 10, 2013. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail
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Ghulam Hussain (R) mourns after his son, an Afghan soldier, was killed in a Taliban attack in the Ghaziabad district of Kunar province, during a tribute ceremony in Kabul February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail

Ghulam Hussain (R) mourns after his son, an Afghan soldier, was killed in a Taliban attack in the Ghaziabad dimore

Ghulam Hussain (R) mourns after his son, an Afghan soldier, was killed in a Taliban attack in the Ghaziabad district of Kunar province, during a tribute ceremony in Kabul February 24, 2014. REUTERS/Mohammad Ismail
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Smoke rises in the sky after a suicide car bomb attack on police headquarters in Kunduz province February 10, 2015.  REUTERS/Stringer

Smoke rises in the sky after a suicide car bomb attack on police headquarters in Kunduz province February 10, more

Smoke rises in the sky after a suicide car bomb attack on police headquarters in Kunduz province February 10, 2015.  REUTERS/Stringer
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Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the leader of the Taliban delegation, and Zalmay Khalilzad, U.S. envoy for peace in Afghanistan, shake hands after signing an agreement at a ceremony between members of Afghanistan's Taliban and the U.S. in Doha, Qatar February 29, 2020. REUTERS/Ibraheem al Omari

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Mullah Abdul Ghani Baradar, the leader of the Taliban delegation, and Zalmay Khalilzad, U.S. envoy for peace in Afghanistan, shake hands after signing an agreement at a ceremony between members of Afghanistan's Taliban and the U.S. in Doha, Qatar February 29, 2020. REUTERS/Ibraheem al Omari
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Internally displaced families from northern provinces, who fled from their homes due the fighting between Taliban and Afghan security forces, take shelter in a public park in Kabul, Afghanistan, August 10, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer

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