A year after Taliban's return, some women fight for lost freedoms

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Monesa Mubarez, 31, was a director of policy monitoring at the finance ministry. Now Mubarez has no job after the Taliban's strict interpretation of Islamic law severely limited women's ability to work. The Taliban's treatment of girls and women is one of the main reasons why the international community refuses to recognise Afghanistan's new rulers.
Published 4 months ago Photography reuters.com

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A year after Taliban's return, some women fight for lost freedoms

South Asia News: KABUL: Monesa Mubarez is not going to give up the rights she and other Afghan women won during 20 years of Western-backed rule easily.

4 months ago·Mumbai, India
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A year after Taliban's return, some women fight for lost freedoms

Monesa Mubarez is not going to give up the rights she and other Afghan women won during 20 years of Western-backed rule easily.

4 months ago·United Kingdom
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A Year After Taliban's Return, Afghan Women Fight For Lost Freedoms

Under the new Taliban government, there are no women in the Afghan cabinet and the Ministry of Women's Affairs was shut down.

4 months ago·New Delhi, India
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A year after Taliban's return, some women fight for lost freedoms

KABUL (Reuters) - Monesa Mubarez is not going to give up the rights she and other Afghan women won during 20 years of Western-backed rule easily.

4 months ago·Malaysia
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A Year After Taliban's Return, Some Women Fight For Lost Freedoms

Monesa Mubarez is not going to give up the rights she and other Afghan women won during 20 years of Western-backed rule easily.

4 months ago·United States
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A year after Taliban’s return, some women fight for lost freedoms

KABUL -- Monesa Mubarez is not going to give up the rights she and other Afghan women won during 20 years of Western-backed rule easily. Read More

4 months ago·Canada
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