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By Ted Cruz
Banning speech with a constitutional amendment is playing with fire
Topic - Fawzia Kofi
Girls and women in Afghanistan still suffer shocking abuse. But the public outrage and the government's response to it also show that the country is slowly changing.
Kofi, who plans to run for president in next year's elections, said she was disappointed because among those who oppose upgrading the law from presidential decree to legislation passed by parliament are women.
A rescue team has set out for the site from Tajikistan, said Badakhshan lawmaker Fawzia Kofi.