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Intel report: Afghan women's rights at risk with US withdrawl

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Intel report: Afghan women's rights at risk with US withdrawl

Intel report: Afghan women's rights at risk with US withdrawl

Progress on women’s rights in Afghanistan could be at risk with the withdrawal of US and international troops, even if the Taliban doesn’t fully take power, according to a newly declassified US intelligence report.

CNN’s Alex Marquardt reports.


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