The Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. From wandering Sadhu troops who performed epic tales of love on the narrow lanes and old bazaars of ancient towns to state sponsored morality tales, the history of Afghan theater reflects the tragedy of a people in search of answers. In the words of journalist Zahra Sadat, many things that cannot be spoken of are uttered on stage. Afghan theater was born on the dusty streets of ancient towns, elevated to courtly art and then wounded by the Taliban. Recovered through international effort, it may be hit again soon in the crossfire of ISIS-Taliban fundamentalist frenzy.
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Ventilator from old car parts? Afghan girls pursue prototype
Afghanistan - one of the oldest countries in the world. In Afghanistan, there is no official language, as the population in different regions speak Uzbek, Persian, and Turkmen and others. The country is very weak development of education and medicine, women's mortality is very high. Afghan women are extraordinarily patient, they have to live in difficult conditions in the country have sharia law. Still impossible to forget the history of the Afghan girl Aisha Muhammadzai , which in 17 years, the husband cut off the ears and nose. The girl managed to escape and later some time face Aisha made the cover of the magazine "Time".
Afghan Girls Take Vocational Training Programme
They use back roads to skirt police checkpoints set up to enforce a lockdown in their city of Herat, one of Afghanistan's hot spots of the coronavirus pandemic. The members of Afghanistan's prize-winning girls' robotics team say they're on a life-saving mission -- to build a breathing machine from used car parts and help their war-stricken country battle the virus. Their pursuit is particularly remarkable in conservative Afghanistan. Only a generation ago, during the rule of the Islamic fundamentalist Taliban in the late s, girls weren't allowed to go to school.