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Born the year the U.S. invaded their country, these Afghan boys have grown up while the war grinds on

The young fruit-seller, buffing pale red pomegranates to a shine at a roadside stall, cannot remember a time before the war. Mohammad Tayyeb was born the year the U.S. military stormed into his country. He does not know exactly why the foreign soldiers arrived in 2001, but when the war came to...
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