Saif Shaid high school for boys

11th October 1996 at 01:00
(Photograph) - Boys' own papers: a Persian lesson at Saif Shaid high school for boys in Faizabad, north-east of Kabul, the Afghan capital. Since the fall of Kabul to the Taliban Islamic militia, which has banned education for girls, the future of the 750-pupil school is now in question

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