Displaced Families Find Homes in War-torn Afghanistan
Displaced families slowly return to a recently freed area of Eastern Afghanistan as operations to oust ISIS from Nangarhar continue.
Children of families displaced by the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria - Khorasan (ISIS-K) play at their current home on July 14, 2017, in Surkh Rod District, Afghanistan.
The families moved ten months ago from the Pachir wa Agam District when ISIS took control of their town. Military operations by Afghan and United States forces are currently underway to remove ISIS fighters from Nangarhar Province in Eastern Afghanistan.
A boy watches sheep in the Momand Valley on July 16 in Achin District, Afghanistan.
The area is where the United States dropped the GBU-43 bomb, nicknamed the "Mother of All Bombs" on ISIS fighters and tunnels and caves used by the terror group in the country’s Nangarhar province. The bomb was dropped from an aircraft.
The jawbone of an ISIS fighter killed by the GBU-43 bomb lays in the Momand Valley on July 16.
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A boy walks through buildings damaged from fighting on July 15 in Shadal Bazaar.
People are slowly returning to the recently liberated area, which had previously been a front line of fighting against ISIS in Achin District.
A boy walks through buildings damaged from fighting on July 15 in Shadal Bazaar