Afghan art exhibition aims to heal after conflict
A modern art exhibition has opened in the Afghan capital, Kabul - the result of a unique collaboration between European and Afghan artists.
The show stems from an initiative that began in post-war Germany which attempted to heal divisions after Nazi rule.
The exhibits explore issues of memory, destruction and rebuilding - in a city battered by conflict for 30 years.
The BBC 's World Affairs Correspondent David Loyn has been along to take a look.