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Taliban interrogating women activists, creating a 'climate of fear and intimidation'

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William Brangham discusses the future for Afghan women under Taliban rule with Rina Amiri, who focused on conflict resolution in Afghanistan for the United Nations and the U.S.; now a senior fellow at New York University's Center for Global Affairs. And Nura Sediqe, a public policy fellow at the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs, and member of the Afghan-American coalition.

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U.S. & Canada
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Female education in Afghanistan, Girls in school, Girls in Afghanistan
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