As the globe marked the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks, the Taliban formally raised their flag over the Afghan presidential palace in Kabul, officially marking the beginning of their governance in the conflict-torn nation. Several of their key officials are on the U.N.’s terror list and there are several questions about women’s rights and the group’s relationship with Pakistan. NPR International Correspondent Jackie Northam joins from Islamabad, Pakistan.
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