کابل په انځورونو کې ۲۰۱۱-۶-۱۲

کابل د ښار یو څو انځورنه د ۲۰۱۱-۶-۱۲A man prepares to feed hundreds of pigeons in Kabul on June 12, 2011. Average annual income in Afghanistan is believed to be around 300 USD -- nothing is certain in a country with few reliable statistics -- though income disparity is probably among the highest in the world. Unemployment, like illiteracy, is estimated at 80 percent of the population, which for lack of a census is put at between 26 million and 30 million.

A general view of houses made of mud erected the side of a mountain near Kabul on June 12, 2011. From a position of lonely authority, President Barack Obama faces wrenching political and even moral dilemmas as he plots a troop drawdown in Afghanistan due to begin next month.

A general view of houses made of mud erected the side of a mountain near Kabul on June 12, 2011. From a position of lonely authority, President Barack Obama faces wrenching political and even moral dilemmas as he plots a troop drawdown in Afghanistan due to begin next month.

A general view of houses made of mud erected the side of a mountain near Kabul on June 12, 2011. From a position of lonely authority, President Barack Obama faces wrenching political and even moral dilemmas as he plots a troop drawdown in Afghanistan due to begin next month.

Afghan chidren cycle past the ruins of Darulaman palace, the former residence of Afghan King Amanullah who reigned from 1920 to 1929, in Kabul on June 12, 2011. From a position of lonely authority, President Barack Obama faces wrenching political and even moral dilemmas as he plots a troop drawdown in Afghanistan due to begin next month.

A woman walks past the ruins of Darulaman palace, the former residence of Afghan King Amanullah who reigned from 1920 to 1929, in Kabul on June 12, 2011. From a position of lonely authority, President Barack Obama faces wrenching political and even moral dilemmas as he plots a troop drawdown in Afghanistan due to begin next month.

A young woman walks along a road under construction in Kabul on June 12, 2011. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) put average inflation in Afghanistan in 2008 at almost 27 percent, compared to 13 percent the year before. In a dollarised economy built on aid and corruption, in a country that imports almost all it consumes, Afghanistan -- and especially Kabul -- is a sellers' market, for everything from fresh fruit to armoured cars.

A man uses his motorcycle to power his two photocopy machine in front of a government building in Kabul on June 12, 2011. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) put average inflation in Afghanistan in 2008 at almost 27 percent, compared to 13 percent the year before. In a dollarised economy built on aid and corruption, in a country that imports almost all it consumes, Afghanistan -- and especially Kabul -- is a sellers' market, for everything from fresh fruit to armoured cars.

په پورته انځور کي یو ځوان چي د یو حکومتي ادارې مخ ته يې خپل دوکان خلاص کړی، خپل د موټر سایکل په ذریعه د فوټوکاپي ماشین ته برق ورکوي.

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