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Lawmakers Fear Biden’s Afghanistan Exit Is Leaving Women There to a Dark Fate

Sen. Jeanne Shaheen, Democrat of New Hampshire, talks about women in Afghanistan, including the seven pictured women who were killed in Afghanistan, as she questions Zalmay Khalilzad, special envoy for Afghanistan Reconciliation, while he testifies before the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Tuesday. (Susan Walsh-Pool/Getty Images)


U.S. lawmakers grilled President Joe Biden’s envoy for Afghanistan on Tuesday about how the administration will ensure women’s rights are protected if the hard-line Islamist Taliban take control after U.S. troops withdraw later this year.

Both Republicans and Democrats said they would oppose aid if the rights of Afghan women and girls are not protected in any peace agreement and preserved after U.S. troops go home.

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