Award-winning Physician Wins Key Post in Post-Taliban Regime

Callahan, Cynthia; Lightwater, Judy
January 2002
Herizons;Winter2002, Vol. 15 Issue 3, p11
Reports the appointment of physician Sima Samar to the interim Afghan government. Call for the support of the people of the government; Issues on the safety of the interim government; Basis of the denial of women's rights in the country.


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