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Taliban, protected women, reports of incorrect violence

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Beijing media spokesperson, ‘there is no submission’

(ANSA) – BEIJING, AUGUST 20 – The new government in Kabul will protect women’s rights to education and work and “the honor of Afghans is safe”, including those who have worked for “foreigners” in the past.

Taliban spokesperson Suhail Shaheen said this in an interview with CGTN Europe, the European English-language channel of Chinese state TV CCTV. International reports on violence against women “are not correct. There is no submission, women are allowed to continue their work if they are journalists, practically now they are continuing their work. If they are teachers, they go to school”.

When asked about the desperation of thousands reserved at Kabul airport, the spokesperson noted that many had been misled by rumors suggesting they would be able to settle in the UK or the US if they boarded a flight. (HANDLE).

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