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  1. Workers at a brick factory load coal into a furnace. The factory employs around 70 adult and child laborers in the western part of Kabul and produces 21,000 bricks a day. The furnace runs 24 hours a day from spring to fall, requiring four workers to stay at the factory at all times. Photo: Jonathan Saruk

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  2. A child laborer rests as laborers stack bricks at a brick factory in Kabul. Photo: Jonathan Saruk

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  3. Director Farid Azim (brown jacket), and the cast and crew of the television production “Az Man Chera Meranje” film a scene in Kabul. The film industry in Kabul, once banned under the Taliban, is thriving, but a lack of education and modern equipment has made progress challenging.  Photo: Jonathan Saruk/Getty Images

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  4. The cast and crew of the production “Doste” film a scene on the outskirts of Kabul. Photo: Jonathan Saruk/Getty Images

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  5. Plume from a suicide bombing outside the International Security Assistance Force Headquarters in Kabul. Photo: Jonathan Saruk

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  6. A young woman learns to drive at the Motor Vehicle Driving School in Kabul. Photo: Jonathan Saruk.

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  7. A vendor purveys refreshments at a movie theater in Shar-e Now. Photo: Jonathan Saruk

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  8. Bollywood posters at a movie theater in Kabul. Photo: Jonathan Saruk

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  9. Young, wealthy Afghans bowling at The Strikers, Afghanistan’s first bowling alley. Shoes are available, but optional. Photo: Jonathan Saruk

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  10. Shaquila Naderi (left), a driving school teacher, during a lesson in Kabul, Afghanistan. Naderi, the only female driving instructor in Kabul, teaches several classes a day, mostly to women. Photo: Jonathan Saruk

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