CNN’s Clarissa Ward Spotlights Hardships for Women ‘Completely Pushed Out of Public Life’ Under Newly Established Taliban Rule

Less than two months ago, chaos erupted in Afghanistan in the days leading up to the U.S. withdrawal, and the Taliban took over once again. CNN’s Chief International Correspondent Clarissa Ward emphasized the drastic alterations that have been made to women’s rights under the primary stages of the new Taliban government on Anderson Cooper 360 Monday evening.

CNN anchor Anderson Cooper dedicated a segment towards Ward’s exclusive report on the current status on women in Afghanistan — specifically looking at the the capital, Kabul — and what Afghan women face in their daily lives now.

Ward has extensively covered this serious subject in Afghanistan since conflict flared up, and has previously questioned Taliban leaders their motivations behind the violation
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