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A year on from the fall of Kabul, Afghans reflect on their new lives in Australia

Before being forced to flee Kabul as the Taliban returned to power, Maryam Nabavi was a print and radio journalist.

Her courageous reporting focused on democracy and women’s rights — particularly education for girls — in what was still a firmly patriarchal society.

  • Shadi Khan Saif
  • ABC

Now a year on since the fall of the Afghan capital, Ms Nabavi is gradually getting used to a new, freer and more secure way of living with her son and husband in their adopted country: Australia.

However, the restrictions on the rights and freedoms imposed on women and…

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