Lynzy Billing


Lynzy Billing is a journalist and photographer based between Afghanistan and Iraq.

Articles by Lynzy Billing
A plume of smoke rises over Khost city moments after a car bomb detonated at the gates of an Afghan National Security Forces base on Oct. 27, 2020, leading to an eight-hour battle between Afghan forces and unknown attackers part of a spate of violence in the region near Camp Chapman.
A plume of smoke rises over Khost city moments after a car bomb detonated at the gates of an Afghan National Security Forces base on Oct. 27, 2020, leading to an eight-hour battle between Afghan forces and unknown attackers part of a spate of violence in the region near Camp Chapman.
A doctor measures the blood pressure of a patient at the Kahdistan health clinic in Herat province, Afghanistan, on Oct. 7. The increasing presence of midwives across the country has started to play a role in improving a mother’s and baby’s chances of survival. Afghanistan’s maternal mortality rate has dropped from 1,300 deaths per 100,000 live births in 2002 to 638 deaths per 100,000 births in 2017.
A doctor measures the blood pressure of a patient at the Kahdistan health clinic in Herat province, Afghanistan, on Oct. 7. The increasing presence of midwives across the country has started to play a role in improving a mother’s and baby’s chances of survival. Afghanistan’s maternal mortality rate has dropped from 1,300 deaths per 100,000 live births in 2002 to 638 deaths per 100,000 births in 2017.
A midwife in training attends to one of the first patients of the day in the labor ward at Mirwais Hospital on Feb. 18.
A midwife in training attends to one of the first patients of the day in the labor ward at Mirwais Hospital on Feb. 18.
An officer takes the temperature of a commuter passing through a police checkpoint in Quezon City, the Philippines
An officer takes the temperature of a commuter passing through a police checkpoint in Quezon City, the Philippines
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