Crisis in Afghanistan

Only In Print: Women Face Uncertain Future Under Taliban Rule

Naheed Samadi Bahram, U.S. country director of Women for Afghan Women, said the Taliban’s rapid takeover of Afghanistan has left people “in a panic.” (Photo: Paula Katinas)

FRESH MEADOWS — With the Taliban now in full control of Afghanistan, females in that country could face discrimination and hardships not seen in two decades, experts and women’s rights advocates said…

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