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keeping her eyes open for Taliban on patrol as she and a friend shopped Sunday in Kabul's Macroyan neighborhood.on the evw10413645ae of the new school year.
consisting of a headscarf and long robe or coat.when girls and women were largely barred from school.Women in Afghanistan wear the hijab.w10413645a
who wore bright gold bangles beneath her flowing black coat.And Taliban efforts to win recognition and aid from Western nations have floundered.
Most wore a traditional hijab.
It also fuels grievances that would eventually spill over into large-scale mobilization against the Taliban.adding that we now have bubbles in the real estate market.
While Kiyosaki owns gold — he first purchased the yellow metal in 1972 — he prefers silver in todays economic environment.its no big surprise that Kiyosaki is a fan of safe haven assets like gold and silver.
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