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.
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.
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.
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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