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The whole concept of such shelters remains controversial in this deeply conservative country.
Groundbreaking project showcases women’s achievements in a male-dominated industry.
Disabled people say they face social prejudice and government inaction.
Underage workers routinely endure hot, dusty and dangerous conditions.
Breast cancer is the second most common cause of death for Afghan women, but there is little public awareness of the disease.
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