Afghanistan: Road Dangers and the Rising Threat of Renewed Ethnic Violence

The reputation of Afghanistan's Bamyan Province as one of the safest places in Afghanistan has been dented over the past year by several bursts of Taliban-inspired violence. (Photo: Petty Officer 1st Class Terry Matlock/US Navy)

Bamyan Province is still a pocket of relative tranquility in Afghanistan. But things get dangerous for locals when they have to travel. All roads into and out of the province must run a Taliban gauntlet.

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Afghanistan: Road Dangers and the Rising Threat of Renewed Ethnic Violence

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