The diary of an Afghan girl killed in bombing reveals a list of unfulfilled dreams

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Ride a bike. Learn the guitar. Continue studying. All of this came to a violent end for 16-year-old Marzia Mohammadi. Her diary lays bare the struggles of Afghan girls since the Taliban takeover.

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