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Wakhan corridor taliban

The Taliban is a militant group that controls much of Afghanistan, including the Wakhan Corridor. The Taliban has been known to restrict the freedom of women and girls in the Wakhan Corridor, and it has also been accused of human rights abuses.

In 2021, the Taliban took control of Afghanistan after the withdrawal of US and NATO troops. The Taliban has imposed strict Islamic law in the country, and women and girls have been particularly hard-hit. In the Wakhan Corridor, women are not allowed to leave their homes without a male chaperone, and they are not allowed to work or go to school.

The Taliban has also been accused of human rights abuses in the Wakhan Corridor. In 2022, Human Rights Watch reported that the Taliban had arrested and beaten a number of people in the region for “moral crimes” such as listening to music and watching movies.

The situation in the Wakhan Corridor is uncertain, and it is unclear what the future holds for the region. However, the Taliban’s presence has had a negative impact on the lives of the people who live there.