Life under Taliban ‘alien’ to Afghanistan women who’ve grown up in freedom | The World

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Pashtana Zalmai Khan Durrani is the founder and executive director of Learn Afghanistan, an organisation providing education for young girls.

While she’s proud of the women who have taken to the streets in recent day despite the Taliban’s crackdown, she’s also frustrated they have to do so in the first place.

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