December 6, 2011: the faithful were gathering at the entrance to a Shiite shrine to celebrate Ashura when a bomb exploded, killing 54 and injuring 150. Massoud Hossaini was just a few steps away, covering the event . Massoud, a thirty year-old Afghan photographer, has been reporting on war and developments in his country since 2007. He regularly goes on assignment with foreign troops (American, French and others), and travels to remote villages to show what the war on terror looks like in rural areas of Afghanistan. He also presents his angle on the situation in Kabul.
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