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'What are they going to do? Kill all of us?': Hear from female activist in Kabul

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'What are they going to do? Kill all of us?': Hear from female activist in Kabul

'What are they going to do? Kill all of us?': Hear from female activist in Kabul

Mahbouba Seraj, human rights activist and CEO of Afghan Women’s Network, sits down with CNN’s Nic Robertson in Kabul, Afghanistan, to discuss women’s rights under Taliban rule.


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