In Afghanistan, President Joe Biden’s decision to withdraw American forces reverberates across an exhausted and worried nation. A weakened Afghan government will soon face the Taliban with little international assistance. Senior national correspondent Amna Nawaz speaks with Roya Rahmani, the Afghan ambassador to the United States, about the withdrawal, and Afghanistan’s plans to ensure peace.
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