Heartbreaking With The Ibrahim Khil Family Spent The Night Of April 28 Unable To Sleep As Bullets Cracked And Rockets Exploded Outside Their Home. Hamisha Gul, The Patriarch, Feared His Extended Family Of 24 Wouldnt Survive Until Morning. But The Children Werent Afraid. They Were Used To The Sounds Of Here In The Tiny Village Of Saed Tuba, In Eastern By 6 A.m., The Fighting Had Stopped And Some Of The Began Walking Through The Dry Wheat Fields To School. One Came Across A Sleek, Dull-green Object, About The Size Of A Police Baton, Picked It Up And Turned For Home To Show The Others. Accounts Of What Happened Next Vary From Child To Child, But After Nearly A Dozen Children Had Gathered, The Rocket-propelled Grenade Rpg Fell To The Ground. A Heavy Toll Has Been Paid By Civilians In This Years-long Conflict. Many Have Been Killed By Ieds, Suicide Bombers Or Airstrikes. But Among The More Than 8,050 Noncombatants Killed Or Injured So Far This Year According To The U.n., A Total Of 337 Have Been Killed By Unexploded Ordnance Left Behind On The Battlefield. Of These, 90 Were Children. These Included The Members Of The Ibrahim Khil Family Surrounding That Rpg. Shrapnel Tore Through Their Flesh, From Toes To Thighs. Five Would Lose Portions Of A Leg, And Two Would Lose Most Of Both. Three, And One Adult Who Was With Them, Would Lose Their Lives Before Reaching The Hospital. Which Side Was Responsible, Soldier Or Insurgent, Hamisha Gul Couldnt Be Certain. To The Victims, It Made No Difference At All. For This New Time International Cover Story, Photographer Followed The Recovery Of The Children From May To October. He Was There For Surgeries And Daily Cleanings In The Hospital, Saw The Continuation Of Their Studies At Home And Watched Them Learn To Move Again With Wheelchairs, Crutches And New Legs. The Children Posed In Their Makeshift Home Classroom On Oct. 11. From Left Aman, 5 Mangal, 8 Rabia, 7 Marwa, 4 Shafiqullah, 12 At Rear Abdul Rashid, 9 In Wheelchair And His Twin Bashir. See The Full Photo Essay At Time.comafghan-family. Photograph By For Time by Maria Goretti

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Heartbreaking With The Ibrahim Khil Family Spent The Night Of April 28 Unable To Sleep As Bullets Cracked And Rockets Exploded Outside Their Home. Hamisha Gul, The Patriarch, Feared His Extended Family Of 24 Wouldnt Survive Until Morning. But The Children Werent Afraid. They Were Used To The Sounds Of Here In The Tiny Village Of Saed Tuba, In Eastern By 6 A.m., The Fighting Had Stopped And Some Of The Began Walking Through The Dry Wheat Fields To School. One Came Across A Sleek, Dull-green Object, About The Size Of A Police Baton, Picked It Up And Turned For Home To Show The Others. Accounts Of What Happened Next Vary From Child To Child, But After Nearly A Dozen Children Had Gathered, The Rocket-propelled Grenade Rpg Fell To The Ground. A Heavy Toll Has Been Paid By Civilians In This Years-long Conflict. Many Have Been Killed By Ieds, Suicide Bombers Or Airstrikes. But Among The More Than 8,050 Noncombatants Killed Or Injured So Far This Year According To The U.n., A Total Of 337 Have Been Killed By Unexploded Ordnance Left Behind On The Battlefield. Of These, 90 Were Children. These Included The Members Of The Ibrahim Khil Family Surrounding That Rpg. Shrapnel Tore Through Their Flesh, From Toes To Thighs. Five Would Lose Portions Of A Leg, And Two Would Lose Most Of Both. Three, And One Adult Who Was With Them, Would Lose Their Lives Before Reaching The Hospital. Which Side Was Responsible, Soldier Or Insurgent, Hamisha Gul Couldnt Be Certain. To The Victims, It Made No Difference At All. For This New Time International Cover Story, Photographer Followed The Recovery Of The Children From May To October. He Was There For Surgeries And Daily Cleanings In The Hospital, Saw The Continuation Of Their Studies At Home And Watched Them Learn To Move Again With Wheelchairs, Crutches And New Legs. The Children Posed In Their Makeshift Home Classroom On Oct. 11. From Left Aman, 5 Mangal, 8 Rabia, 7 Marwa, 4 Shafiqullah, 12 At Rear Abdul Rashid, 9 In Wheelchair And His Twin Bashir. See The Full Photo Essay At Time.comafghan-family. Photograph By For Time by Maria Goretti

Maria Goretti uploaded a new picture on instagram account with the caption as Heartbreaking With The Ibrahim Khil Family Spent The Night Of April 28 Unable To Sleep As Bullets Cracked And Rockets Exploded Outside Their Home. Hamisha Gul, The Patriarch, Feared His Extended Family Of 24 Wouldnt Survive Until Morning. But The Children Werent Afraid. They Were Used To The Sounds Of Here In The Tiny Village Of Saed Tuba, In Eastern By 6 A.m., The Fighting Had Stopped And Some Of The Began Walking Through The Dry Wheat Fields To School. One Came Across A Sleek, Dull-green Object, About The Size Of A Police Baton, Picked It Up And Turned For Home To Show The Others. Accounts Of What Happened Next Vary From Child To Child, But After Nearly A Dozen Children Had Gathered, The Rocket-propelled Grenade Rpg Fell To The Ground. A Heavy Toll Has Been Paid By Civilians In This Years-long Conflict. Many Have Been Killed By Ieds, Suicide Bombers Or Airstrikes. But Among The More Than 8,050 Noncombatants Killed Or Injured So Far This Year According To The U.n., A Total Of 337 Have Been Killed By Unexploded Ordnance Left Behind On The Battlefield. Of These, 90 Were Children. These Included The Members Of The Ibrahim Khil Family Surrounding That Rpg. Shrapnel Tore Through Their Flesh, From Toes To Thighs. Five Would Lose Portions Of A Leg, And Two Would Lose Most Of Both. Three, And One Adult Who Was With Them, Would Lose Their Lives Before Reaching The Hospital. Which Side Was Responsible, Soldier Or Insurgent, Hamisha Gul Couldnt Be Certain. To The Victims, It Made No Difference At All. For This New Time International Cover Story, Photographer Followed The Recovery Of The Children From May To October. He Was There For Surgeries And Daily Cleanings In The Hospital, Saw The Continuation Of Their Studies At Home And Watched Them Learn To Move Again With Wheelchairs, Crutches And New Legs. The Children Posed In Their Makeshift Home Classroom On Oct. 11. From Left Aman, 5 Mangal, 8 Rabia, 7 Marwa, 4 Shafiqullah, 12 At Rear Abdul Rashid, 9 In Wheelchair And His Twin Bashir. See The Full Photo Essay At Time.comafghan-family. Photograph By For Time - See the viral and beautiful photo by Maria Goretti. Share with your friends.

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