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Afghan children enjoy ice cream on the eve of the new year, Wednesday, March 21, 2001 in Kabul, Afghanistan.  AP


Afghan kids clad in new dresses having fun on the eve of new year, March 21, 2001 in Kabul Afghanistan before the blue-domes shrine of Hazrat-e-Ali. AP


A ruling Taliban armed fighter stands guard at the entrance to the National Museum in the Afghan capital of Kabul, March 22, 2001. Afghanistan's Taliban authorities threw open the doors to the museum on Thursday to show they had destroyed all the statues that once formed the heart of the collection. REUTERS


An official at the National Museum in the Afghan capital Kabul holds a lantern to allow journalists to see what is left at the museum, March 22, 2001. Afghanistan's Taliban authorities threw open the doors to the museum on Thursday to show they had destroyed all the statues that once formed the heart of the collection. REUTERS


 

Journalists film ceramic collections at the National Museum in the Afghan capital of Kabul, March 22, 2001. Afghanistan's Taliban authorities threw open the doors to the museum to show they had destroyed all the statues that once formed the heart of the collection. Reuters



A Taliban official shows the pieces of ancient artifacts in racks at the basement of the Kabul Museum which houses most of the remaining antiques of Afghan heritage on Thursday, March 22, 2001 in Kabul, Afghanistan. AP


Mullah Saeed Jan, a Taliban guardian sits outside the complex which used to house ancient clay Buddha statues on Tuesday, March 13, 2001 in Ghazni, Afghanistan, 200 kilometers (125 miles) southwest of the Afghan capital of Kabul. AP




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