Afghan women’s rights: Mother’s names recorded on kids’ ID cards

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    Afghan women have achieved a political milestone, getting their names on their children’s identity cards. Previously, only the father’s name was documented, which meant women found it difficult to prove they were a mother or assert rights over their child. Al Jazeera’s Charlotte Bellis reports. –

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