The Crossroads of Special Operations

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Taliban will likely curtail Afghan women’s rights, intelligence report says | Military Times

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For two decades, the US has worked with Afghanistan in numerous ways, including protecting the rights of women in the country. Now that the US troops are set to withdraw from the country, US intelligence agencies are afraid that women’s rights in the country might be at risk. According to a report released last Tuesday, the Taliban remain “broadly consistent in its restrictive approach to women’s rights and would roll back much of the past two decades’ progress if the group regained national power.”

Source: https://www.militarytimes.com/news/pentagon-congress/2021/05/04/taliban-will-likely-curtail-afghan-womens-rights-intelligence-report-says/?utm_source=Sailthru&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=EBB%2005.05.21&utm_term=Editorial%20-%20Early%20Bird%20Brief

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