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PublishDate: Monday, April 23, 2018 18:48

After a month closure, 400 Kunduz schools reopen

AVA- The Taliban ordered hundreds of schools shut downed in many parts of the province a month ago, affecting nearly 200,000 students.
Provincial education department head Rustam Ahmadi told Pajhwok Afghan News that tribal elders had been able to convince the rebels to reopen the schools.
He said based on the tribal elders’ mediation, all closed schools had been reopened in the province.
He said: “Students attended classes this afternoon and some would start coming to their schools by tomorrow.”
Meanwhile, Kabir Haqmal, the ministry of education spokesman, also confirmed to Pajhwok the reopening of the closed schools.


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