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Aria City, Kabul. The Aria City project covers 350 blocks, and includes businesses, residences, and social services.
Copyright Zalmaï/Reportage by Getty. Zalmaï’s photography accompanies Matthieu Aikins’s “Kabubble: Counting down to economic collapse in the Afghan capital,” in the February 2013 issue.
Zalma is a photographer born in Kabul. He has exhibited around the world at museums, galleries, universities and cultural centers, and his work has earned him several international awards.
Lucas Mann on hope and change in a minor-league-baseball city
Amount of cash CNN reporter Peter Arnett says he wore sewn into his clothes while covering the Gulf War:
Babies prefer to look at attractive people.
A woman testified that prostitutes at the “bunga bunga” parties thrown by former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi had dressed up as President Obama.
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