Braille photography by a blind photojournalist


Here’s an interesting story! Juan Torre was a photojournalist at a newspaper when he was hit with Behcet’s Syndrom and went blind. But he refused to give up on his […]

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My last (and favourite) photo from my Afghanistan collection to be put on sale online


Some of the best pictures and videos I managed to produce during my time in Afghanistan are of the beautiful locals who are proud of their culture, people and country. […]

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It’s a rare time to see the Malaysian military in Afghanistan taking a break together


The presence of the Malaysian military in Afghanistan is  purely for humanitarian efforts and not for combat. The soldiers who were there were mostly doctors and nurses, with a handful […]

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Ahmad Shah Massoud was assassinated two days before 9/11 and is considered an Afghan national hero


Ahmad Shah Massoud, a Tajik, was assassinated two days before the 9/11 attack on the World Trade Centre in New York City. So many Afghans see him as a national […]

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Life goes on in Afghanistan and no one seems to know anything about 9/11!


When I first went to Afghanistan, I wanted to see how life there is like in times of violence and conflict. And surprisingly (or not!), it went on as usual. […]

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The Afghan National Police protecting demonstrators from the Taliban


Demonstrations happen on a regular basis in Kabul, the capital of Afghanistan, because they are still building their country and their government. It is actually a welcome sight because they […]

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