Neighbours open up to Afghan students as Taliban takes over

From University World News: “Afghanistan’s neighbouring countries are opening up to students fleeing the conflict-torn country after the Taliban take-over, amid fears that disruption and uncertainty could make it difficult for them to continue higher education in Afghanistan. Neighbours including Pakistan, India and some Central Asian countries had been called upon to extend visas, scholarships and university facilities to Afghan students – particularly women students – even before the Taliban entered the Afghan capital Kabul on 15 August, as many students were forced to flee universities in provinces that fell to the Taliban advance.”

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