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A photographic journey through the Taliban’s takeover of Afghanistan | Kiana Hayeri

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Exposing what life appears like in Afghanistan following a 20-year US occupation and the Taliban’s stunning and rapid takeover, TED Fellow and documentary photographer Kiana Hayeri captures harrowing glimpses and multifaceted realities of a war-torn country. Through the lens of her camera, she documents devastation and deferred dreams — but additionally resilient hope and spirit.

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Exposing what life appears like in Afghanistan following a 20-year US occupation and the Taliban’s stunning and rapid takeover, TED Fellow and documentary photographer Kiana Hayeri captures harrowing glimpses and multifaceted realities of a war-torn country. Through the lens of her camera, she documents devastation and deferred dreams — but additionally resilient hope and spirit.

This talk was presented at the official TED conference. TED’s editors thought we would feature it for you personally.

Find out more about how exactly Too Young to Wed is attempting to empower girls also to end child marriage globally.

Find out more about ASEEL, an e-commerce platform helping distribute food and medicines across Afghanistan.

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