Taliban fighters in makeup: Barbican to show rare pictures

  The Guardian 

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Photographs, found in Kandahar, Afghanistan, taken despite ban on photography They are probably the least likely men to ever be willingly pictured in heavy makeup, painted nails and holding plastic flowers against a kitsch background of Swiss Alpine chalets. But pictured they were, all gun-toting Taliban fighters often holding hands and posing for photographs which will be shown in a UK exhibition
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