War on terrorism—in pictures 

The Tribune
November 22, 2001

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Afghan landmines victims try their new artificial legs in the Red Cross hospital in Kabul on November 21, 2001. Demining teams face a nightmare task returning to work in Afghanistan with front lines fluid, more land mines likely to have been laid and rogue groups roaming the country. Estimates of the number of landmines and unexploded bombs and shells littering the country after more than two decades of war range from 600,000 to 10 million. óREUTERS