Gains made by Afghan women undermined by new president.

A surge in Taliban violence comes at the same time as Afghanistan votes for a new president. Whoever wins will be in charge of attempting to negotiate a ceasefire and then some form of shared government. That could undermine gains made by Afghan women — not just at the ballot box — but on the soc...

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