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Turkish Schools Struggle to Exist in Afghanistan

Selcuk Gultasli, May 12, 2001 Turkish schools founded by Turkish entrepreneurs in Afghanistan in 1995 are now struggling to stay in the country after being accused by the Taliban administration of spreading Turkish nationalism and making pan-Turkic propaganda. The Taliban administration, which is not recognized by Turkey, has been applying one of the most radical […]

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