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Schoolgirls Students of the ninth grade in the village of Serzhen-Yurt. Unlike past generations,half of them are wearing hijab.

Bieke Depoorter 2015 İstanbul

Bieke Depoorter 2015 İstanbul

Photojournalist Diana Markosian spent the last year and half covering Russia's volatile North Caucasus region. This year she started a personal project entitled "Goodbye My Chechnya" documenting the lives of young Chechen women as they come of age in the aftermath of war.  She writes, "For young women in Chechnya the most innocent acts could mean breaking the law.  A Chechen girl caught smoking is cause for arrest; while rumors of a couple engaging in pre-martial relation...

Young women in Chechnya

Photojournalist Diana Markosian spent the last year and half covering Russia's volatile North Caucasus region. This year she started a personal project entitled "Goodbye My Chechnya" documenting the lives of young Chechen women as they come of age in the aftermath of war. She writes, "For young women in Chechnya the most innocent acts could mean breaking the law. A Chechen girl caught smoking is cause for arrest; while rumors of a couple engaging in pre-martial relation...

Fantastic Photos of Chechen Culture From a Young Phenom | Raw File | WIRED

Fantastic Photos of Chechen Culture From a Young Phenom

Chechen women stand on one side of the room during a party. At most social gatherings, men and women gather separately.

The kidnapped brides of Chechnya- "He upholds the cause of the oppressed and gives food to the hungry. The Lord sets the prisoners free..." Ps. 146:7

Young women in Chechnya

The kidnapped brides of Chechnya- "He upholds the cause of the oppressed and gives food to the hungry. The Lord sets the prisoners free..." Ps. 146:7

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grandpa. www.imagebearersphotography.com

Photojournalist Diana Markosian spent the last year and half covering Russia's volatile North Caucasus region. This year she started a personal project entitled "Goodbye My Chechnya" documenting the lives of young Chechen women as they come of age in the aftermath of war.  She writes, "For young women in Chechnya the most innocent acts could mean breaking the law.  A Chechen girl caught smoking is cause for arrest; while rumors of a couple engaging in pre-martial relation...

Young women in Chechnya

Photojournalist Diana Markosian spent the last year and half covering Russia's volatile North Caucasus region. This year she started a personal project entitled "Goodbye My Chechnya" documenting the lives of young Chechen women as they come of age in the aftermath of war. She writes, "For young women in Chechnya the most innocent acts could mean breaking the law. A Chechen girl caught smoking is cause for arrest; while rumors of a couple engaging in pre-martial relation...

Diana Markosian Chechnya. 2012. Chechen girls wait to be picked up for a party in the village of Achkoy-Martan.

Chechen authorities are the unseen presence in Diana Markosian's photographs of girls growing up in the region.

Diana Markosian - Chechen dancers backstage at a concert hall in the Chechen capital, Grozny. A suicide bomb exploded in front of the concert hall in 2009, killing six people and wounding several others.

Chechen dancers backstage at a concert hall in the Chechen capital, Grozny. A suicide bomb attack at the concert hall killed at least five people and wounded several more by Diana Markosian

A man serves food in his stall along a street in Kabul on April 10, 2012. (Omar Sobhani/Reuters) #

Afghanistan, May 2012

A man serves food in his stall along a street in Kabul on April (Omar Sobhani/Reuters) #

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