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Taliban break up Afghan women’s rights march with gunfire

Militia members fire shots into air and demonstrator says they also used teargas and stun guns

Taliban fighters have broken up a women’s rights march in Kabul with gunfire as bitter fighting continued in Afghanistan’s last rebel holdout and the US army’s most senior general warned that the country risked falling into wider civil war.

Camouflaged members of the Islamist militia fired shots into the air on Saturday to disperse the second protest march in as many days in the capital by Afghan women demanding equal rights from the new rulers.

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