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Female ministers urge Taliban to rethink decision on girls

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The Taliban has announced that the boys can continue their education normally. However, the doors of the schools have been closed to girls beyond the sixth grade. The intentional community has condemned this ban saying, this move will have an inevitable impact on the Taliban's prospects of gaining political support and legitimacy.
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Female ministers urge Taliban to rethink decision on girls

Female foreign ministers from 16 countries around the world said Friday they are 'deeply disappointed' that Afghan girls are being denied access to secondary schools and called on the Taliban to reverse their decision.

3 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Washington Times

Female ministers urge Taliban to rethink decision on girls

Female foreign ministers from 16 countries around the world said Friday they are “deeply disappointed” that Afghan girls are being denied access to secondary schools and called on the Taliban to reverse their decision.

3 months ago·Washington, United States
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Female foreign ministers press Taliban on girls' education

BERLIN (AP) — Female foreign ministers from 16 countries around the world said Friday they are “deeply disappointed” that Afghan girls are being denied access to secondary schools and called on the Taliban to reverse their decision.

3 months ago·United States
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The Washington Post

Female foreign ministers press Taliban on girls' education

Female foreign ministers from 16 countries around the world say they’re “deeply disappointed” that Afghan girls are being denied access to secondary schools and are calling on the Taliban to reverse their decision

3 months ago·Washington, United States
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South China Morning Post

Women ministers urge Taliban to rethink decision on girls’ education

Women foreign ministers from 16 countries are calling for the reversal of the Taliban’s recent decision to deny Afghan girls access to secondary schools, because education is a human right.

3 months ago·Hong Kong
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Star Advertiser

Female foreign ministers press Taliban on girls’ education

BERLIN >> Female foreign ministers from 16 countries around the world said Friday they are “deeply disappointed” that Afghan girls are being denied access to secondary schools and called on the Taliban to reverse their decision. Diplomats from 10 countries sounded a similar message at the United Nations.

3 months ago·Honolulu, United States
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