Afghan Woman Activists Feel Betrayed By Taliban-Norway Talks
The Morning Standard|January 25, 2022
Afghan women protesting against the Taliban’s harsh rule say they have been betrayed by Norway, the first Western nation to host the hardline Islamists since they seized power in August.

Led by the foreign minister, a Taliban delegation travelled first class on a plane specially chartered by the Norwegian It saddens me a lot. Shame on the world for accepting this and opening doors to the Taliban to Oslo for meetings with Western officials and members of Afghan civil society.

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