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"If the Taliban come, I will fight them"

As talks between the Afghan government and the Taliban continue, women in the country are concerned that they will lose their rights since 2001.

Zan TV is the only women-only TV channel for women, educating women to do all the journalistic work, from production to presentation.

It is envisaged that 80-85% of the workforce is female.

Eighteen-year-old Ogai Wardak is one of the moderators of the channel.

She talked to BBC News about her hopes and fears for the future.

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