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An American University in Kabul

An American University in Kabul. Advertisements

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Kid’s are cute, part deux

Kid’s are cute, part deux.

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Kid’s are cute, part deux

Afghans, if nothing else, are family oriented.  Most of their lives and assets go toward the tasks of raising and educating their children. I told the story of one young man, in the post https://hotmilkforbreakfast.wordpress.com/2012/09/04/i-love-babies/ that I had the distinct honor … Continue reading

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I Love Babies

I Love Babies.

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Women in Afghanistan (Or, I get by with some help from my friends)

In response to the “Typical day in an Afghan Village” post, reader gumiii asked the following question: “Do women have some sort of informal gathering among themselves too as a way of socializing or is this outright banned?” I think … Continue reading

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A Day in a Village

A Day in a Village.

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Dung Na’an and Fresh Yoghurt

Dung Na’an and Fresh Yoghurt.

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