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Imran Khan said that the Taliban should be made part of the international community and then the human rights and matters related to the education of girls should be discussed.
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A student said that they are ready to wear a hijab if the Taliban allows them to go to school for studies.
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Despite the Taliban being in power, an Afghan entrepreneur has brought a fresh wave of change in the country by helping young girls receive education in diverse subjects, Khaama Press reported.
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"We will never stop championing the rights of women and girls around the world," Harris said on Twitter.
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The continued "denial of girls and young women's right to school in Afghanistan marks a global low in education, harming an entire gender, a generation, and the future of the country," TOLOnews reported citing the statement made by the UN experts.
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Ban on education and other fundamental rights of women is undermining inclusive governance and the recognition of human rights.
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Families in Afghanistan called on the Taliban yet again to open schools for girls in grades 7 to 12 as they are worried about the future of their daughters in the country under the regime of the organisation, TOLOnews reported.
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The future was bright when she was growing up in the Afghanistan Bamiyan area. She pursued her bachelor's degree while working during the day and attending classes at night.
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As female education continues to suffer majorly in Afghanistan under the Taliban regime, the Organization of the Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is all set to send a team of scholars to the country to discuss women's right to education and work with the Taliban, TOLOnews reported.
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The legal adviser for the Afghanistan Mission in Geneva, raised the alarm about the humanitarian situation in Afghanistan and accused the Islamic Emirate of obstructing aid delivery, TOLOnews reported.
The ban on the education of Afghan girls and women has resulted in a surge in the risk of early marriage, violence and abuse in the country, according to TOLO news which cited the report by Save the Children, a humanitarian organization.
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At an MEA weekly media briefing, External Affairs Ministry Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi said, "Our position on how we see developments in Afghanistan has not changed. I do not think anything should be read into ITEC courses vis-a-vis that. We certainly would not be issuing note verbales, whic