Afghanistan: schools for girls reopened in Herat

ROME, 08 NOV – Almost three months after the Taliban took power, secondary and high schools have also been reopened for girls in the province of Herat alone, in western Afghanistan. This was reported by Tolo News, citing information released by a local association of teachers. The return to class, according to the same source, would concern 5 thousand students from the seventh to the twelfth year of studies. In the rest of the country, on the other hand, only primary schools remain open for pupils. (HANDLE).

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