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Kiana Hayeri

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Yazidi Sisters
Location: Kabul, Afghanistan
Nationality: Iranian-Canadian
Biography: Kiana (b.1988) grew up in Tehran, Iran and migrated to Toronto while she was still a teenager. Faced with the challenges of adapting to a new environment, she took up photography as a way of bridging the gap in language and culture. After an... read on

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Your Veil is a Battleground

By Kiana Hayeri / Tehran — Your Veil is a Battleground  is a continuation of Beyond The Veil project. Inspired by the title of..
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A Generation of Afghan Widows

By Kiana Hayeri / afghanistan
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The day I become a woman

By Kiana Hayeri / iran — According to Islamic Shi’a laws in Iran, when a girl turns nine, she is considered to be mature..
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Afghan Women On The Frontline

By Kiana Hayeri / kabul
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Our Fairytale

By Kiana Hayeri / cape town — Banian family arrived in Cape Town in March 2015 and they're among one of 40 Syrian families who have filed..
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The day Cherry Blossoms perished

By Kiana Hayeri / missisaauga
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'May god be with you my daughter...'

By Kiana Hayeri / Tehran — In light of economic crisis and ongoing political oppression, the current wave of immigration out of Iran..
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Afghan Women Demand to be Heard

By Kiana Hayeri / kabul
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Child Soldiers

By Kiana Hayeri / afghanistan — Widespread use of children in armed conflict is one of the most awful trends in wars today. According to..
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The Silent Death

By Kiana Hayeri / Afghanistan
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An Old Afghan Poet Polishes ‘the Heart’s Mirror’

By Kiana Hayeri / kabul
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TransAsia Train

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Single Mothers of Afghanistan

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Bombed by ISIS, an Afghan Wrestling Club Is Back: ‘They Can’t Stop Us’

By Kiana Hayeri / kabul
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"The Taliban Made Me Fight"

By Kiana Hayeri / kabul — The boys in what Badam Bagh officials call the suicide bombers wing ranged in age from 12 to 17. Their cases..
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