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NEW YORK, Aug 16 — The UN called on the Taliban to exercise restraint Sunday, and particularly to protect the rights of women and girls, after the militants entered Kabul and cemented their grip on the country. UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres “urges the Taliban and all other parties to...

NEW YORK, Aug 16 — The UN called on the Taliban to exercise restraint Sunday, and particularly to protect the rights of women and girls, after the militants entered Kabul and cemented their grip on the country.

He was “particularly concerned about the future of women and girls, whose hard-won rights must be protected,” the statement added.The meeting will be held at 10:00am in New York, according to the Security Council’s schedule.

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