The Taliban, Hamdullah Namony, Kabul, Afghanistan, Afghan Women, Women Workers

The Taliban, Hamdullah Namony

Taliban orders women employees in Afghanistan's capital to stay at home, official says

Kabul's interim mayor said women whose jobs cannot be replaced by men such as public restrooms attendants are authorized to go to work, AP reported.

20/9/2021 2:30:00 PM

Kabul 's interim mayor said that women whose jobs cannot be replaced by men are authorised to go to work – for example, those who are attendants in public restrooms.

Kabul 's interim mayor said women whose jobs cannot be replaced by men such as public restrooms attendants are authorized to go to work, AP reported.

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