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Bamiyan: Rally against education apartheid in Afghanistan

Pashtunist government of Afghanistan wants to limit non-Pashtuns access to high education by regulating a new system for National Exam.

Saturday 13 July 2013

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Pashtunist government of Afghanistan wants to limit non-Pashtuns access to high education by regulating a new system for National Exam.
Activists in Afghanistan call this as Afghan version of education apartheid. Hazara and Uzbek students are the primary target of the new regulation.











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