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    Angèle’s choice – Marzia, a young Afghan girl who dreamed of seeing the Eiffel Tower

    RED LINE - In Afghanistan, clandestine schools are forming to teach young girls
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    RED LINE – In Afghanistan, clandestine schools are forming to teach young girls

    Afghanistan:
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    Afghanistan: “There is a genocide that is happening”, says athlete Zakia Khodadadi

    Exfiltrated from Kabul a year ago, Afghan athlete Zakia Khodadadi will compete in the 2024 Paralympic Games under the French flag
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    Exfiltrated from Kabul a year ago, Afghan athlete Zakia Khodadadi will compete in the 2024 Paralympic Games under the French flag

    Kabul: the descent into hell
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    David Martinon:
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    David Martinon: “We always have an open channel of discussion with the de facto authorities, the authorities of the Taliban, if only to tell them what we expect of them”

    Afghanistan: one year after the Taliban came to power, the French ambassador responds to BFMTV
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    Afghanistan: one year after the Taliban came to power, the French ambassador responds to BFMTV

    David Martinon, French Ambassador to Afghanistan:
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    David Martinon, French Ambassador to Afghanistan: “I receive around ten evacuation requests every day”

    David Martinon, French Ambassador to Afghanistan:
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    David Martinon, French Ambassador to Afghanistan: “The Taliban unquestionably have the capacity to make themselves obeyed, but it is a stability that is not necessarily lasting”

    David Martinon, French Ambassador to Afghanistan:
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    David Martinon, French Ambassador to Afghanistan: “Unsurprisingly, the concept of ‘moderate Taliban’ makes no sense”