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Why TIME Partnered With Rukhshana Media to Tell the Stories of Afghan Women Around the World

1 month ago   |   By Time

Over the course of “the Longest War”-a name we were already using back in 2009-TIME published more than a dozen covers about Afghanistan and the Taliban. Perhaps the best known was in 2010 and featured a shocking and disturbing portrait of Bibi Aisha , a then 18-year-old whose husband-a Taliban fighter-had cut off her nose and ears after she tried to escape their forced marriage. The story that ran with that cover, written by senior correspondent Aryn Baker, explored what might happen to Afghan women if the U.S. were to pull out of Afghanistan.
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