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(Studio: Bernard Shaw) The expression of concern by the United States and the United Nations over the Taliban's treatment of women in Afghanistan reported.
(State Department: Steve Hurst) The draconian Islamic regime's rule in Afghanistan examined. [State Department spokesman Nicholas BURNS, UN Secretary General spokeswoman Sylvana FOA - say the international community may withhold assistance.] [Middle East analyst Jon ANDERSON - offers analysis.] The classic diplomatic dilemma of balancing geopolitical realities and human rights in dealing with an apparently victorious rebel force outlined.
- Hurst, Steve;
- Shaw, Bernard
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