The Taliban has seized control and fears for the women of Afghanistan are rising.
In recent years, women have been assassinated across the country, targeted by those who believe they should stay at home and stay silent. Dozens of female students were killed by bomb blasts at their school; judges and journalists shot by gunmen; activists killed by car bombs.
With no one held accountable for many of the deadly attacks, the killings are a stark warning of what the future could hold. 101 East investigates the fight for justice for Afghanistan’s women as the Taliban returns to power.