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More than 100 female judges and their families rescued by UK lawyers after Taliban takeover

Sky News Thursday, 23 December 2021
More than 100 female judges and their families rescued by UK lawyers after Taliban takeoverMore than 100 female Afghan judges and their families have been rescued by a team of pro-bono lawyers in the UK following the Taliban takeover. 
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