Life in Afghanistan remains dire 2 years after collapse of U.S.-backed government

Two years ago Tuesday, Taliban fighters poured into Afghanistan’s capital and the army melted away and President Ashraf Ghani fled for his life. The country that the U.S. and NATO spent nearly 20 years fighting to build was suddenly controlled again by the same Taliban whom the U.S. deposed after 9/11. Nick Schifrin looks back on the anniversary with Nader Nadery and Laurel Miller. Read the Full Transcript

Geoff Bennett: Two years ago today, Taliban fighters poured into Afghanistan’s capital, Kabul. The army melted away, and President Ashraf Ghani fled for his life.

The country that the U.S. and NATO […]

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