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It's inappropriate to call Afghani women by their names. These women want to change that

August 11, 2017, 7:27 am by CNN Health

When a woman gets married in Afghanistan, her name isn't on the wedding invitations. When she gives birth, her name is left off the child's birth certificate. And when she dies, her headstone reads, "Mr. X's mother, daughter, wife or sister."

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