Afghanistan war: Women voice concern at conference

As the US and the Taliban negotiate peace, the Afghan women are refusing to be left behind.

    Thousands of women have met in provinces across Afghanistan to ensure their rights are protected during the ongoing peace negotiations.

    As the Taliban and the United States hold talks to end the Afghanistan war, hundreds of women gathered at a conference in the capital, Kabul, expressing their concerns in the wake of any possible deal.

    Al Jazeera's Charlotte Bellis reports.


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