Taliban vowed to respect rights of girls and women, but many can no longer attend school

World News 23-10-2021 CBC World 30
Grade six class at Kabul's Malalai school

It's been more than a month since the Taliban forbid Afghan girls in grades higher than six from going to school. The Taliban called it a temporary measure, but fears among Afghan women are growing that the harsh rule of the 1990s is again taking hold.

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