High school students in Afghanistan have spoken out against Taliban and ISIS insurgents who have threatened and targeted girl’s education in the country.
ABC News was given rare access to a school in the western city of Herat. More than 6,000 students attend the all-girls school, including members of the Afghan girls robotics team.
They made headlines last year when President Trump personally intervened to grant them visas to the United States, where they were due to attend an inter-school competition.
Permissions to enter the U.S. had been initially denied.
Within two weeks of returning from the competition, however, the father of the team’s captain was killed in an ISIS attack on his mosque in the city.
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