Afghan women gains under threat

Women's lives have improved since US-led invasion in 2001 but there are fears this progress could be reversed.

Last Modified: 10 Jul 2013 16:47
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The lives of Afghan women have steadily improved since the US led invasion in 2001.

Women have access to education and have gained a political voice in a country once dominated by the Taliban.

But there are fears many of these gains are now under threat.

Al Jazeera's Jennifer Glasse reports from Kabul.


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