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earlier I retweeted Lavrov at a bar. Here's the U.S. delegation briefing Obama on talks with Iran. via @petesouza pic.twitter.com/Cx6MRQf67Q
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[4/4] The girls took less than two hours to hike up the snowy, trail-less slopes on the outskirts of Kabul, where they have weekly practice ascents. Our profile link takes you to the full story and more photos. (Credit: Sandra Calligaro for NPR) #afghanistan #women #climbing
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[3/4] The team has weekly practice ascents on the outskirts of Kabul. Marina Kielpinski LeGree, who directs the American NGO that funds and organizes the girls' training, says her goal is to create a crop of Afghan heroines passionate about improving their country and who inspire other women here to
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[2/4] Building up the girls' strength and stamina for mountain climbing is a top priority. They are supposed to train for 90 minutes three or more times a week at a gym in Kabul with no bathroom or showers. Our profile link takes you to the full story and more photos. (Credit: Sandra Calligaro for N
[1/4] Afghanistan is a mountainous land where mountain climbing is rare among men and virtually nonexistent among women. Marina Kielpinski LeGree, an American who directs a non-profit that is geared toward climbing and leadership, is now preparing young Afghan women to scale the country's highest pe
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'There's Freedom Up There': The Ascent Of Afghan Women n.pr/1Fdtw9o @sorayanelson @sandracalligaro pic.twitter.com/ougN67vJo7
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