On 7 October 2001, the US Air Force started bombing Afghanistan. 20 years on, EMERGENCY's hospitals across the country have treated thousands of war victims. Giles Duley visited our Kabul Surgical Centre to photograph those wounded by the conflict: men, women, children - names, not numbers. EMERGENCY x Massive Attack x Legacy of War Foundation come together to deplore the human devastation caused by conflict and say: no more war. Credits 8mm film, photography…
In October 2001, another twenty-year chapter of the war in Afghanistan began.
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