Afghan Children To Head Back To School

On March 23, 1.5 million Afghan children under the age of 18 are to go back to school after the winter holidays. For the first time in years, Afghan girls are to be encouraged to go to school as well, reports say. Most 12- to 15-year-old girls in the country missed school during the Taliban regime, the director of women's programs for the Asia Foundation has said.

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