Fears a deal with the Taliban will affect Afghan women's rights

Many Afghan women think a deal between the US and the Taliban will limit their rights.

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    The Trump administration's efforts to strike a peace deal with the Taliban and withdraw US troops from Afghanistan have left many Afghans worried.

    While some are encouraged by talk of the war ending, others fear a deal with the Taliban could limit women's rights.

     

    Al Jazeera's Victoria Gatenby reports.


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