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'We thought the Taliban had changed': Afghan girls heartbroken after school ban

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Just hours after they’d returned to classes, Afghan schoolgirls had their dreams dashed as the Taliban sent them home again, in a shock policy reversal. For those watching their hopes of education slip away, Afghanistan has become "a jail" under Taliban rule.

Added on the 26/03/2022 10:20:37 - Copyright : AFP EN

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