Taliban pledge to open all schools for girls by late March

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Afghanistan's new Taliban rulers say they hope to be able to open all schools for girls across the country after late March. Since the Taliban takeover in mid-August, girls in most of Afghanistan have not been allowed back to school beyond grade 7. The international community is wary they could impose similar harsh measures as during their previous rule 20 years ago.
4 months ago·Kabul, Afghanistan

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The AP Interview: Taliban Pledge All Girls In Schools Soon

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The Independent

The AP Interview: Taliban pledge all girls in schools soon

The Taliban are promising to try to open all schools for girls across Afghanistan after the Afghan New Year, which starts in late March

4 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Washington Times

Taliban pledge all girls in schools soon

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers say they hope to be able to open all schools for girls across the country after late March, their spokesman told The Associated Press on Saturday, offering the first timeline for addressing a key demand of the international community.Since the Taliban ...

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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abc News

The AP Interview: Taliban pledge all girls in schools soon

The Taliban are promising to try to open all schools for girls across Afghanistan after the Afghan New Year, which starts in late March

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The AP Interview: Taliban pledge all girls in schools soon

KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) — Afghanistan’s new Taliban rulers say they hope to be able to open all schools for girls across the country after late March, their spokesman told The Associated Press on Saturday, offering the first timeline for addressing a key demand of the international community.

4 months ago·United States
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The Washington Post

The AP Interview: Taliban pledge all girls in schools soon

The Taliban are promising to try to open all schools for girls across Afghanistan after the Afghan New Year, which starts in late March

4 months ago·Washington, United States
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