Hundreds of Afghan women imprisoned for 'moral crimes,' says new report
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Hundreds of Afghan women imprisoned for 'moral crimes,' says new report

Kabul : Afghanistan | Mar 28, 2012 at 9:45 AM PDT
Source: Christian Science Monitor
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Afghanistan , those who seek to bring social reform to Afghanistan still face a major problem: selling it to large segments of the population who remain averse to change.   On Wednesday, Human Rights Watch issued one such call for change with a new report that highlighted the ongoing issue of women who... FULL ARTICLE AT Christian Science Monitor
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Human Rights Watch Executive Director Roth shows a new report on the imprisonment of women and girls for moral crimes during a news conference in Kabul
Human Rights Watch Executive Director Roth shows a new report on the imprisonment of women and girls for moral crimes during a news conference in Kabul
 
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