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After a visit to Kabul last week, Griffiths said, he had received written assurances from activists that they would remove “obstacles” to assistance from the United Nations and other international organizations. “We will protect the lives, property and honor of aid workers and remove the obstacles that stand in their way,” the Taliban wrote, according to Griffiths. “We have made it clear in all public forums that we are committed to all women’s rights, minority rights and the principles of freedom of expression in the light of religion and culture,” they added.


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