It’s been more than two months since the national Afghanistan girls football team fled their country.

They faced abuse and violence after the Taliban banned women from taking part in sports.

BBC correspondent Caroline Hawley went to meet the girls to see how they were finding their new home, and hear about the life-changing mission that enabled them to escape.

Filmed, edited & produced by Samantha Everett

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Sign Up for Our Newsletters

Get notified of the best deals on our WordPress themes.

You May Also Like

Croatia violated girl’s rights before she was killed by train – court

Collective expulsion is also against the European Convention on Human Rights, and…

British Columbia storm: Cows rescued from storm floods by jet ski

A lethal storm in Canada’s western province of British Columbia has dumped…

Kyle Rittenhouse case: Why it so divides the US

Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal hinged on the specific details of Wisconsin’s self-defence laws,…

Greece suspends espionage trial of 24 aid workers

Speaking following today’s ruling, Giorgos Kosmopolous, Senior Campaigner on Migration for Amnesty…