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NBC Evening News for Friday, Apr 04, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The shooting in Afghanistan of AP journalists Anja Niedringhaus††, who was killed, and Kathy Gannon†† by an Afghan policeman on the eve of elections reported; Niedringhaus’s photos shown.

(Kabul: Richard Engel) The changes in Kabul with the departure of US forces & aid reviewed; scenes shown from Kandahar of a school where women can study; details given about the suspension of US aid that could force the school to close. [School founder Ehsan ULLAH††- explains what the school means for the women.] [STUDENT – describes the reaction of her in-laws to her studying.] [New York student Caroline BURKE‡- comments on skyping with Nargis‡ at the Kandahar school.]

Williams, Brian;
Engel, Richard

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