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Afghanistan under Taliban rule: Concern over women's rights as Oslo talks enter last day


Afghan women protesting against the Taliban's harsh rule say they have been betrayed by Norway, the first Western nation to host the hardline Islamists since they seized power in August. FRANCE 24's Senior Reporter Catherine Norris-Trent tells us more.

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