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Keeping the dream alive: Afghan woman and girls determined to get an education

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In a few of the rare Afghanistan schools that girls can still attend after the Taliban took power, young women speak about their hopes for the future in a country that is making it harder and harder for them to get ahead.

Added on the 08/12/2021 16:12:49 - Copyright : AFP EN

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