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Taliban leave girls in tears after shutting their schools again

Sky News Wednesday, 23 March 2022
Taliban leave girls in tears after shutting their schools againThe Taliban have sent girls home in tears from secondary schools in Afghanistan just days after announcing that they would be allowed back to the classroom.
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The Taliban on Wednesday backtracked on their announcement that high schools would open for girls, saying they would remain closed until a plan was drawn up in accordance with Islamic law for them to reopen. Libby Hogan reports.

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