Richard Wayman Images
Jabol-Seraj, Afghanistan, 1999.A fighter of the Northern Alliance during retaking of town from Taliban Forces.
Panjshir Valley, Afghanistan, 1999. A boy watches his grandfather after having fled advance by Taliban Forces.
Leninski, Tajikistan, 1998. A man suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress at a psychiatric hospital. Civil war touched Tajikistan after the breakup off the U.S.S.R..
Northern Iraq, 1991. A fighter of the Kurdistan Front attempts to shoot down an Iraqi helicopter gunship during the failed uprising at the end of the first Gulf-War.
Moynaq, Uzbekistan, 2000. Children play on the rusting hulks of fishing boats left stranded as the Aral Sea diminished. The coastline is now 80Km from here and the topsoil contaminated by toxic chemicals.
Balygan, Azerbaijan, 1993. Soldiers suffering from combat fatigue at a hospital close to the frontline. The war with Armenia over disputed territory has not yet been fully resolved.
Near Tashkent, Uzbekistan, 2000. Children pick cotton. Technically illegal but school-children pick much of the crop often for export to Europe.
City of London, UK, 2001. A man reads an evening newspaper reporting on that days attacks on the World Trade Centre in New York.
Bacau, Romania. 1994. A child eats soup and bread at an orphanage in this northern city.
Tajikistan, 1998. Horsemen engage in a game of buzcashi - a goat carcass is fought over - goals are scored by dropping the carcass at a point on the pitch.
Tajikistan 1998. Government conscript soldiers held by Islamic rebels
Fishing for wild salmon using traditional draft-net technique. Ardara, County Donegal, Ireland. 2007
Hyde Park, London, UK, 1994. Demonstration in support of last surviving coal miners.
Sarvas, Yugoslavia, 1991. The village was on the frontline between Serb and Croat forces in August that year.
Dungannon, Northern Ireland, 1994. A British Army helicopter takes-off from the fortified military base.
Almaty, Kazakhstan, 2000. A maternity hospital. New-born babies were put here whilst the mothers rested.
Northern Iraq, 1995. Turkish Forces raise their flag after invading Iraqi territory in pursuit of Kurdish guerrillas of the PKK.
Mardin, Turkey, 1988. Kurdish men at a refugee camp. They had fled chemical bombing attacks by Saddam Hussein's military in Northern Iraq.