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Afghanistan: Girls dream of education

By DW
19 September 2022   |   8:56 am
More than 850,000 Afghan girls are not allowed to attend class past 6th grade, making Afghanistan the only country in the world where girls are excluded from secondary education. DW's Sandra Petersmann reports from Kabul.

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