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Less than a month after the Taliban rolled into the Afghan capital, Rabia Jamal made a tough decision — she would brave the hard-liners and return to work at the airport.

With the Islamists saying women should stay at home for their own security, the risks were all too clear, but the 35-year-old mother of three felt she had little choice.

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