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Afghan women activists visit hospitialised anti-Taliban forces

Women activists visit injured Afghan security forces in a Herat hospital. The Taliban control large swathes of the countryside and are now challenging Afghan government forces in several large cities, including Herat, near the western border with Iran, and Kandahar in the south.

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