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Byline: Sarah Frank
WASHINGTON _ Human rights organizations criticized the Bush administration Wednesday, saying in the three years since the Taliban was ousted from most of Afghanistan, the United States has not fulfilled promises of safety, freedom, education and health care for Afghan women.
"They have failed, misguided and betrayed Afghan women by giving them false hope," said T. Kumar, an Amnesty International advocacy director for Asia and the Pacific, at a news conference addressing Afghan women's issues. "Three years later, they are still dreaming, and it may be a pipe dream."
Kumar said he believed the Bush administration "used the Afghan …