Afghan Culture NPR's Scott Simon in Kabul reports that Afghanistan's cultural institutions are making efforts to repair the damage done during five years of Taliban rule. The puritanical militia banned most forms of art, including any representation of the human form.
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NPR's Scott Simon in Kabul reports that Afghanistan's cultural institutions are making efforts to repair the damage done during five years of Taliban rule. The puritanical militia banned most forms of art, including any representation of the human form.