Saving Afghanistan’s Female Athletes

(KABUL, Afghanistan, Oct. 29, 2010) Afghanistan’s national women’s football (soccer) team and a pickup team of women assigned to the International Security Assistance Force Headquarters in Kabul pose for photos during halftime of a friendly match Friday. The Afghan women controlled much of the game, but scored just once. That goal, which came in the first half, was enough for the win. (ResoluteSupportMedia)




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