Armed men broke into a girls’ school south of the Afghan capital and set it on fire, the latest attack on education for girls in the conservative country, officials said Thursday. The children burst into tears when they saw their school destroyed, principal Zaher Din said. “The children are desperate for their classes to resume,” he said. The assailants tied up two school guards Tuesday night, beat them and then doused the small building and two classroom tents with gasoline, said Khan Mohammed, police chief in Logar province. Full Story
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