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[Translated] “ Last night, the US Foreign Ministry gave the award to 7 Afghan women and they appreciated their achievements. The US Foreign Ministry gave honorary awards to the brave Afghan women who were hunted for targeted killings in 2020,” said Enikass broadcast. In addition to the individual IWOC) awards presented Monday, Secretary Blinken presented an honorary IWOC) award, “to a group of seven Afghan women who were assassinated in 2020 while serving their communities during a pivotal moment in Afghanistan’s history. These tragic murders underscore the alarming trend of increased targeting of women in Afghanistan,” said Secretary Blinkin in a statement. White House File Photo, International Women of Courage Awards Art/Cropping/Enhancement: Rosa YamamotoFPMag
Seven Afghan women leaders and activists, who were assassinated in 2020, were presented an honorary International Women of Courage (IWOC) award for their efforts in improving the lives of A
Three African women from Cameroon, Somalia and the Democratic Republic of the Congo are among the 2021 International Women of Courage Award recipients announced by the U.S. Secretary of State late on Thursday. Secretary Antony J. Blinken would be hosting the virtual award ceremony on March 8. The First Lady of the United States, Dr. Jill Biden will deliver remarks to recognize the courageous accomplishments of these women, the U.S. Department of State said. First Lady Jill Biden visits The Sweet Lobby bakery Friday, Feb. 12, 2021, in Washington, D.C. (Official White House Photo by Chandler West) - Advertisement - The Biden administration said the award is to honor a group of extraordinary women from around the world, including an honorary award for seven women leaders and activists from Afghanistan who were assassinated for their dedication to improving the lives of Afghans.
Seven Afghan women leaders and activists, who were assassinated in 2020, will be presented an honorary International Women of Courage (IWOC) award for their efforts in improving the lives o
The Mandayee market in Kabul Credit: Jim Huylebroek In the intensive care wards of Kabul's Afghan Japan hospital the only sound is the beep of machines, the hiss of oxygen and the low moan of patients. Staff swathed in masks and protective suits quietly tend to semi-conscious elderly Afghans stricken with Covid-19. These beds were empty only a month ago, but the wards at one of the country's best hospitals have filled quickly in recent weeks as the number of coronavirus infections have risen. “The second wave of the pandemic is at our doorstep,” Ashraf Ghani, the Afghan president, told the United Nations this week.
Every Sunday, Hamdi Mohseni, his wife Serda, and their five remaining children, walk the 15km from their apartment to the paupers’ cemetery where their daughter Zahra is buried. Mohseni brings a ballpoint pen with him to trace the letters of her name in the concrete tombstone, to make sure it does not disappear among the hundreds of knee-high concrete slabs in this cemetery in Van, in the east of Turkey near the Iranian border. Most of the gravestones have no names at all. One might note where the body was found; another might have a number signifying where in a year’s sequence of burials that one took place; another might include the name of a place – the authorities’ best guess at where the deceased came from.
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