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'We will not keep silent': female Afghan activist

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'We will not keep silent': female Afghan activist

'We will not keep silent': female Afghan activist

As women protest in Kabul and the Taliban crack down, Christiane speaks with Shkula Zadran, who was Afghan Youth Representative to the United Nations in 2020.


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Kabul Kabul Capital and largest city of Afghanistan

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Taliban Taliban Islamist organization in Afghanistan (founded 1994)

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