Taliban replace women's government ministry
The move Saturday was the latest to harken back to the group's harsh 1990s rule that imposed deep restrictions on women.
The Taliban inside the new ministry said they had not been informed about where or if a new women’s ministry was being planned.
Also on Saturday, staff from the World Bank’s $100 million Women’s Economic Empowerment and Rural Development Program were escorted off the grounds.
A program member, Sharif Akhtar, who was escorted out with his staff, was at a loss to explain how or if the program could continue.