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Human Rights Watch released a new report on the mistreatment of Afghan women. Taliban has wrongfully detained a number of women with their families for protesting against them.
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New York [US], October 20 (ANI): The Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Thursday released a new report detailing the mistreatment of Afghan women, who were wrongfully detained with their families for protesting Taliban abuses.
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Kabul [Afghanistan], September 24 (ANI): The Taliban have announced that it plans to review and revise the curriculum in view of Afghan culture, international educational standards, and Islamic law.
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New York [US], August 17 (ANI): Afghan women feel abandoned by the world and they are justified in feeling this way, said Heather Barr, Associate Director, Women's Rights Division of Human Rights Watch (HRW) on Tuesday.
Kabul [Afghanistan], August 16 (ANI): A year has passed since the Taliban seized power in Afghanistan following a rapid drawdown of Western forces that pushed the country into a number of crises which transformed the country fundamentally.
Kabul [Afghanistan], August 16 (ANI): A year on from the Taliban takeover of Afghanistan, the senior UN official in the country, Resident Coordinator Ramiz Alakbarov, described his fears for girls' lives and called for women to play a full role in reviving the Afghan economy.
Kabul [Afghanistan], August 16 (ANI): Keeping girls out of secondary school costs Afghanistan 2.5 per cent of its annual GDP, according to a new analysis by UNICEF.
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Kabul [Afghanistan], July 23 (ANI): After Meta's crackdown on Taliban-affiliated content and pages, Afghans have launched a trend on the social media platform Twitter with a hashtag calling for a ban on Taliban.
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Washington [US], April 13 (ANI): Significant human rights issues occurred before and after the Taliban took over on August 15, 2021, the State Department said in its annual Country Reports on Human Rights Practices on Tuesday.
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Amsterdam [Netherlands], April 4 (ANI): Amid the continuing concern over human rights violations in Afghanistan, a European think tank said that the Taliban has in recent weeks "begun to show its true colours."