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UPDATED: 08:41, August 10, 2005
Brickkilns in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan
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An Afghan man stands near a brickyard in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, August 9, 2005. Afghan used to make bricks in local brickkilns for hundreds of years. They pile the sticky adobes up in the brickkiln over ten metres high and fire them for twelve days. A brickkiln can make more than 100 thousand bricks, with one brick worth about 3-6 afghani (US 6-12 cents).

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An Afghan man works near a brickyard in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, August 9, 2005. Afghan used to make bricks in local brickkilns for hundreds of years. They pile the sticky adobes up in the brickkiln over ten metres high and fire them for twelve days. A brickkiln can make more than 100 thousand bricks, with one brick worth about 3-6 afghani (US 6-12 cents).

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Two Afghan men deliver bricks in a brickyard in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, August 9, 2005. They pile the sticky adobes up in the brickkiln over ten metres high and fire them for twelve days. A brickkiln can make more than 100 thousand bricks, with one brick worth about 3-6 afghani (US 6-12 cents).

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An Afghan boy drives donkeys to carry the adobes in a brickyard in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, August 9, 2005. Afghan have made bricks in local brickkilns for hundreds of years. They pile the sticky adobes up in the brickkiln over ten metres high and fire them for twelve days. A brickkiln can make more than 100 thousand bricks, with one brick worth about 3-6 afghani (US 6-12 cents).

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An Afghan man drives a donkey to carry the adobes in a brickyard in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, August 9, 2005. Afghan have made bricks in local brickkilns for hundreds of years. They pile the sticky adobes up in the brickkiln over ten metres high and fire them for twelve days. A brickkiln can make more than 100 thousand bricks, with one brick worth about 3-6 afghani (US 6-12 cents).

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Adobes are piled up in a brickyard in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, August 9, 2005. They pile the sticky adobes up in the brickkiln over ten metres high and fire them for twelve days. A brickkiln can make more than 100 thousand bricks, with one brick worth about 3-6 afghani (US 6-12 cents).

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