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UN Security Council asks Taliban to allow Afghan girls to attend school

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The Taliban backtracked on an announcement that high schools would open for girls. The Taliban said they would remain closed until a plan was drawn up in accordance with Islamic law for them to reopen. The United States abruptly cancelled meetings with the Taliban in Doha that were set to address key economic issues.
6 months ago·Kabul, Afghanistan

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UN Security Council asks Taliban to allow Afghan girls to attend school

The United Nations Security Council has expressed deep concern over a decision by Afghanistan's Taliban rulers to deny girls access to high school education and called on the group to reopen schools for female students without delay.

6 months ago·United Kingdom
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UN Security Council asks Taliban to allow Afghan girls to attend school

(Reuters) - The United Nations Security Council has expressed deep concern over a decision by Afghanistan's Taliban rulers to deny girls access to high school education and called on the group to reopen schools for female students without delay. Read full story

6 months ago·Malaysia
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UN to Taliban on allowing girls in high schools: 'Respect right to education'

The Taliban's decision to ban girls from attending schools above grade six comes seven months after it gained control over Afghanistan in a violent takeover in August last year.

6 months ago·New Delhi, India
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UN Security Council asks Taliban to allow Afghan girls to attend school

(Reuters) - The United Nations Security Council has expressed deep concern over a decision by Afghanistan's Taliban rulers to deny girls access to high school education and called on the group to

6 months ago·San Diego, United States
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UN Security Council Asks Taliban to Allow Afghan Girls to Attend School

The United Nations Security Council has expressed deep concern over a decision by Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers to deny girls access to high school education and called on the group to reopen schools for female students without delay. “The members of the Security Council ... reaffirmed the...

6 months ago·United States
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UN Security Council asks Taliban to allow Afghan girls to attend school

March 28 (Reuters) – The United Nations Security Council has expressed deep concern over a decision by Afghanistan’s Taliban rulers to deny girls access to high school education and called on the group to reopen schools for female students without delay.“The members of the Security Council … reaffirmed the right to education for all Afghans, including girls,” a statement from the United Nations on Sunday said.Last week, the Taliban backtracked o…

6 months ago·Fiji
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