In the western city of Herat, about 50 Afghan women take to the streets demanding the right to work and for representation in the Taliban's new government. It comes as the Islamist militants say they are close to forming their cabinet. "It is our right to have education, work and security. We are not afraid, we are united," the protesters chant in unison.
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