Tue, April 24, 2012
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Inerasable trauma left by war in Afghanistan

2012-04-24 08:28:20 GMT2012-04-24 16:28:20(Beijing Time)  Xinhua English

Afghan disabled men exercise with their prosthetic legs at the Orthopedic Center of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Kabul, Afghansitan, April 24, 2012. The war-torn Afghanistan is one of the most mine-contaminated country in the world, as a result, around 2,000 Afghans become disabled each year due to mine blasts and related incidents in the country. (Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)

Afghan employees work on a prosthetic leg at the Orthopedic Center of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Kabul, Afghansitan, April 24, 2012. The war-torn Afghanistan is one of the most mine-contaminated country in the world, as a result, around 2,000 Afghans become disabled each year due to mine blasts and related incidents in the country. (Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)

An Afghan disabled man exercises with his prosthetic leg at the Orthopedic Center of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Kabul, Afghansitan, April 24, 2012. The war-torn Afghanistan is one of the most mine-contaminated country in the world, as a result, around 2,000 Afghans become disabled each year due to mine blasts and related incidents in the country. (Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)

An Afghan disabled man exercises with his prosthetic legs at the Orthopedic Center of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Kabul, Afghansitan, April 24, 2012. The war-torn Afghanistan is one of the most mine-contaminated country in the world, as a result, around 2,000 Afghans become disabled each year due to mine blasts and related incidents in the country. (Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)

An Afghan disabled woman exercises with her prosthetic leg at the Orthopedic Center of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Kabul, Afghansitan, April 24, 2012. The war-torn Afghanistan is one of the most mine-contaminated country in the world, as a result, around 2,000 Afghans become disabled each year due to mine blasts and related incidents in the country. (Xinhua/Ahmad Massoud)

The war-torn Afghanistan is one of the most mine-contaminated country in the world, as a result, around 2,000 Afghans become disabled each year due to mine blasts and related incidents in the country.

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