New Taliban order: Female presenters forced to cover faces in Afghanistan

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New Taliban order: Female presenters forced to cover faces in Afghanistan. Female presenters on local TV stations in Afghanistan voiced their frustration over a new Taliban ruling that they must cover their faces when on air. The ruling was announced days after authorities ordered women to cover their faces in public.

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