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Afghanistan one year on: Life for women under the Taliban

Women in Afghanistan, who are unable to travel alone or attend school, can protest against the Taliban’s rule, one year after its retaken power.

Leah Boleto talks to Sky’s chief reporter Stuart Ramsay who has returned to Kabul to talk to women there. She also speaks to Dr Sima Samar who was the former first minister in Afghanistan for women’s affairs. Samar has been campaigning for women rights in her country since decades.

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