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Taliban representatives continue peace talks with the US

Taliban representatives continue peace talks with the US

Taliban leaders and senior Afghan opposition figures held talks this week in Moscow, hoping to reach a peace settlement and political deal regarding the future governance of Afghanistan. But there is concern that a settlement involving more influence for the Taliban would see a reversion to the previous oppression of women. Under Taliban rule between 1996 and 2001, women could not work, go to school or leave the house without a male chaperone. Political chief Mohammed Abas Stanekzai (centre) said the Taliban would protect women’s freedoms, yet he denounced rights’ activists who he said encourage people to break Afghan tradition.

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