On this edition for Saturday, August 14, the Taliban continues to gain territory in Afghanistan as U.S. troops, embassy staff withdraw, and Afghan female judges, appointed to positions of power, fear for their fate amongst the changing political climate. Plus, a powerful 7.2 earthquake hits an already struggling Haiti in the wake of the assassination of its president. Hari Sreenivasan anchors from New York.
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