Treatment of Afghanistan's women is the real test of UK aid's success
£30bn has been spent on aid to Afghanistan, yet the freedom and rights of Afghan women remain under grave threat
The shooting of schoolgirl Malala Yousafzai by the Taliban in Pakistan shed renewed attention on the plight of women in this corner of the world. Malala survived, thankfully, and is now in the UK receiving treatment. But across the border in Afghanistan, many women are beaten, raped and executed.
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