Afghans harassed

5th April 1996 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Afghans harassed: Kabul schoolgirls such as this one have seen their classrooms reduced to rubble by war but have managed to continue learning in their homes thanks to the efforts of the Ghazali Women's Organisation.

But, in areas ofAfghanistan controlled by Islamic anti-government forces, girls can no longer go to school and women can't teach.

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