Afghan Girls Pack Schools Five Years After Fall Of Taliban

KABUL-AFGHANISTAN-NOVEMBER 22: Afghan girls raise their hands during english class at the Bibi Mahroo high school in Kabul, Afghanistan November 22, 2006. The overcrowded school is made up of UNICEF supplied tents and war torn buildings as it patiently waits for the new building to open next year for its 6,200 students, ranging from ages 7-18, mostly all are females. To accommodate all the students in the limited space there are 3 sessions of classes through out the day. Five years after the fall of the Taliban millions of students have returned to packed schools, making education one of the few success stories in the struggle for a peaceful Afghanistan. (Photo by Paula Bronstein /Getty Images)
KABUL-AFGHANISTAN-NOVEMBER 22: Afghan girls raise their hands during english class at the Bibi Mahroo high school in Kabul, Afghanistan November 22, 2006. The overcrowded school is made up of UNICEF supplied tents and war torn buildings as it patiently waits for the new building to open next year for its 6,200 students, ranging from ages 7-18, mostly all are females. To accommodate all the students in the limited space there are 3 sessions of classes through out the day. Five years after the fall of the Taliban millions of students have returned to packed schools, making education one of the few success stories in the struggle for a peaceful Afghanistan. (Photo by Paula Bronstein /Getty Images)
Afghan Girls Pack Schools Five Years After Fall Of Taliban
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