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Afghan Justice: A Brief Trial, A Lengthy Sentence

After decades of war, Afghanistan doesn't have much of a legal system. The Afghan government is struggling to set up a court system and public trials. But it's a slow effort, and the Taliban sometimes offer their own brand of justice.
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Post Taliban, Saad Mohseni Builds Media Empire

Morning Edition's Renee Montagne winds down her reporting from the Afghan capital Kabul with a look at how the country's media landscape has changed in the decade since the fall of the Taliban. She sits down with Saad Mohseni, who has built a media empire over nearly 10 years.
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Afghanistan: More Troubles, But U.S. Ambassador Sees Path Forward

Another bombing today. On Sunday, the assassination of a Taliban leader who wanted peace. But Ambassador Ryan Crocker says the new U.S.-Afghan agreement raises chances for peace and relative stability.
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Ambassador Crocker Focuses On Afghanistan's Future

Morning Edition's Renee Montagne continues her reporting from the Afghan capital Kabul on the future of Afghanistan. She sits down with the U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan, Ryan Crocker.
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Men Disguised As Afghan Police Kill 2 NATO Troops

Men wearing Afghan police uniforms shot dead two NATO service members Saturday in southern Afghanistan, authorities said, the latest in a string of attacks on international troops by Afghan security forces or militants disguised as police.

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