Driving School for Women in Afghanistan in Danger of Closing Under Taliban Rule
A year after building her dream business, one woman is afraid she’s about to lose it all. Nilab Durrani, 23, opened the first driving school for women in Afghanistan. Since the Taliban took control of the country and said it would cut back on some rights women have enjoyed for the past 20 years, she says it is in danger of closing. She says she has yet to get any assurances from the new government that she will be allowed to stay open. Inside Edition Digital’s Mara Montalbano has more.