Photographer Stephanie Sinclair has traveled the world taking pictures, like the one of the Afghan couple, to document the phenomenon. She goes into the areas with help from people in these communities who want the practice to stop, because they see the harmful repercussions. I hated to see him," Tahani (in pink) recalls of the early days of her marriage to Majed, when she was 6 and he was 25.Christiane Amanpour spoke with Sinclair about a book which features her photographs called, "Questions without Answers: The World in Pictures by the Photographers of VII." Faiz, 40, and Ghulam, 11, sit in her home prior to their wedding in the rural Afghnanistan on Sept. " data-medium-file="https://cnniamanpour.files.wordpress.com/2012/08/stephaniesinclair_025a1.jpg? w=300" data-large-file="https://cnniamanpour.files.wordpress.com/2012/08/stephaniesinclair_025a1.jpg? w=310" class=" wp-image-3801 " style="border:2px solid black;" title="Afghanistan" alt="Faiz, 40, and Ghulam, 11, sit in her home prior to their wedding in the rural Afghnanistan on Sept. The young wife posed for this portrait with former classmate Ghada, also a child bride, outside their mountain home in Hajjah. w=300&h=193 300w, sizes="(max-width: 313px) 100vw, 313px" /"Whenever I saw him, I hid.The battle with Guerriere earned her the nickname of "Old Ironsides" and public adoration that has repeatedly saved her from scrapping.She continued to serve as flagship in the Mediterranean and African squadrons, and circled the world in the 1840s.
I hated to see him," Tahani (in pink) recalls of the early days of her marriage to Majed, when she was 6 and he was 25. The young wife posed for this portrait with former classmate Ghada, also a child bride, outside their mountain home in Yemen. Tehani and Ghada are sisters-in-law photographed with their husbands, who are both members of the military.
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