'There hasn't been rehabilitation': Afghanistan struggles with fate of 'Daesh wives'
Friday, 26 June 2020 ()
The “Daesh wives” from the Afghan branch of Islamic State look very young. Most are already mothers. Hundreds of them have fled combat, airstrikes and near-starvation in eastern Afghanistan where the faction of Isis known as Islamic State in Khorasan (ISK) has been under fierce bombardment from...
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