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Up to 74 girls in Afghanistan have been treated after a suspected poisoning attack at their school, officials said yesterday.

The girls became ill after smelling gas at their school, Bibi Maryam, in Takhar province's capital, Taluqan.

Many of the children remained in a critical condition in hospital last night.

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Ignorance for the women...they should be baby breeders, nothing else......

That 'religion of peace.......

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You're just generalizing Tele. Once those nasty Americans left the country, they could continue on with their peaceful lives and treat women with respect.

"Takhar has been a hotbed of militancy and criminal activity since 2009, with groups such as the Taliban and the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan active.
The Taliban banned education for women and girls but since they were ousted in 2001, females have returned to schools, especially in the capital city Kabul.
Afghan women have won back basic rights in education, voting and employment since 2001.
However, fears are growing that such gains could be traded away as Western forces prepare to leave and the Afghan government seeks peace talks with the Taliban."

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