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Gunmen kill senior women’s activist in Afghanistan

Gunmen kill senior women’s activist in Afghanistan

Afghanistan Women Rights Abuses Prevail Despite New Law, UN Says.

Afghanistan: No Country for Women In war-torn Afghanistan it is not the Taliban that poses the greatest threat to women - it is their own families.

Afghanistan: No Country for Women In war-torn Afghanistan it is not the Taliban that poses the greatest threat to women - it is their own families.

Ibrahim, a Hazara day laborer from a village in Bamian Province, poses for a portrait.- Hazaras | Steve McCurry

Ibrahim, a Hazara day laborer from a village in Bamian Province, poses for a portrait.- Hazaras | Steve McCurry

Hazara in Afghanistan Population 2,793,000 Christian 0.03% Evangelical 0.03% Largest Religion Islam (100.0%) Main Language Hazaragi

Hazara in Afghanistan Population 2,793,000 Christian 0.03% Evangelical 0.03% Largest Religion Islam (100.0%) Main Language Hazaragi

"I owe it all to chocolate and young men" Beatrice Wood    When I am older, I will /certainly/ wear purple. Often.

"I owe it all to chocolate and young men" Beatrice Wood When I am older, I will /certainly/ wear purple. Often.

Niali Kids by Samarpan Das, via Flickr

Niali Kids by Samarpan Das, via Flickr

Afghanistan elections : Afghan women take pictures of President Karzai in Kandahar province

Afghanistan elections : Afghan women take pictures of President Karzai in Kandahar province

Tari, Papua New Guinea

Tari, Papua New Guinea

in The Wall Street Journal, Bethany Lerch writes from Kabul that women in Afghanistan have made great progress, but violence and subjugation are still far too common.

Women and the Future of Afghanistan

in The Wall Street Journal, Bethany Lerch writes from Kabul that women in Afghanistan have made great progress, but violence and subjugation are still far too common.

Stunning Photos Of Afghan Hazara Girls Train In Shaolin Martial Arts For Competitions

Stunning Photos Of Afghan Hazara Girls Train In Shaolin Martial Arts For Competitions

Afghan members of a Wushu martial arts group led by trainer Sima Azimi (center) pose for a photograph at the Shahrak Haji Nabi hilltop overlooking Kabul (AFP/Wahil Kohsar)