Last week, the US signed a historic peace deal with Taliban forces, aimed at ending 19 years of war. Many women in the country, like filmmaker Roya Sadat, are fearful a return to power of the Taliban could endanger the few gains they have made.
Journalist Zahra Nader recounts her experience as an Afghan refugee in Tehran. She told DW that the bias and prejudice she faced in the 1990s still exists today.
The US-Taliban deal in Doha has been hailed as a landmark achievement. However, the agreement provides no guarantee for upholding women's rights. What does it mean for the future of Afghan women? DW analyzes.
Armed men have attacked a medical clinic in the Afghan capital. It was not immediately clear who was behind the attack.
The freshly-inked peace deal is supposed to pave the way for US troop withdrawal and intra-Afghan talks. But the political situation on the ground remains tense, despite a key government concession.
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