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Afghanistan’s Music School Falls Silent, Its Future Is Uncertain Under The Taliban

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Students practice the cello during class at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music on Sept. 26, 2010 in Kabul.

The Afghanistan National Institute of Music was a thriving school in Kabul. But the last time the Taliban was in control of the country, all music related activities were strictly forbidden.

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