Afghanistan Adrift: One Year On Since The Taliban Takeover

BAMIAN, AFGHANISTAN - AUGUST 11: A woman walks past a mural calling for women and children's rights in Afghanistan on August 12, 2022 in Bamian, Afghanistan. The collapse of the economy and the freezing of Afghan and donor funds after the Taliban takeover of the country in August 2021 created a humanitarian crisis. Most art, culture and pastimes have been banned. The female population have also had to quit jobs and young girls after the age of 12 can no longer go to school or complete further education. (Photo by Nava Jamshidi/Getty Images)
BAMIAN, AFGHANISTAN - AUGUST 11: A woman walks past a mural calling for women and children's rights in Afghanistan on August 12, 2022 in Bamian, Afghanistan. The collapse of the economy and the freezing of Afghan and donor funds after the Taliban takeover of the country in August 2021 created a humanitarian crisis. Most art, culture and pastimes have been banned. The female population have also had to quit jobs and young girls after the age of 12 can no longer go to school or complete further education. (Photo by Nava Jamshidi/Getty Images)
Afghanistan Adrift: One Year On Since The Taliban Takeover
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