A low-key picture of a child's life in Bamiyan, at the moment one of the war-torn country's quieter areas.
Though present in a wistful, ex-soldier uncle who has lost his legs and the arrival of a family of cousins who have lost their home, the war seems far away to young Habiba as she describes a day's routines.
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