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  Newsround in Afghanistan: daily life
A girl in Is-ak Sulema smiles for the camera
1/11 Matthew took these photos of life in Afghanistan exclusively for the Newsround website
Children play on a ferris wheel in the village of Is-ak Sulema
2/11 Children play on a ferris wheel in the village of Is-ak Sulema
Boy on a ferris wheel in Is-ak Sulema
3/11 Is-ak Sulema was accidently bombed by the USA because it's close to a Taleban military camp
On the way into Afghanistan the team drove past unofficial check points where the soldiers are very friendly and happy for you to take their photograph
4/11 On the way into Afghanistan you pass unofficial check points where soldiers are friendly and happy for you take their picture
Here in Herat some women still chose to wear burquas, although this is no longer Taleban law
5/11 Here in Herat some women still chose to wear burquas, although this is no longer Taleban law
A lot of starving people head for Maslakh camp near Herat. It's thought to be about 3 miles long and half a mile wide, holding 200,000 people
6/11 Maslakh camp near Herat. It's thought to be about three miles long and hold up to 300,000 people
In Maslakh some have mud huts to live in, others only have tents, although the temperature sometimes drops to -10 at night
7/11 In Maslakh some have mud huts to live in, others only have tents, although the temperature can drop to minus 10 at night
This boy was lucky - he received 50 kilos of grain in Maslakh camp, enough to feed his family 2-3 months
8/11 This boy was lucky - he received 50 kilos of grain in Maslakh camp, enough to feed his family for three months
Refugee children in Maslakh camp
9/11 Refugee children in Maslakh camp
In a village called Kharistan, twelve-year old Golshah (left) has been sold to marriage early so her family could buy fooduy food
10/11 In a village called Kharistan, 12-year-old Golshah (left) has been sold to marriage early so her family could buy food
A petrol station in Qual-e-now on the way back from Golshah's village
11/11 A petrol station in Qual-e-now on the way back from Golshah's village

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