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(Studio: Arthur Kent) Report introduced.
(Kabul: Christiane Amanpour) The unending factional war in Afghanistan featured; scenes shown of the Afghan national sport of calf-pulling called bushkazi and of the heavily damaged capital city of Kabul. The role of the US in supporting the mujahadeen guerrillas against the Soviet invasion recalled. [UNHCR team leader Terry PITZNER - says there is unfinished business after the Soviets left.] [Former student Mohammad BASHIR - expresses despair.] The involvement of neighboring countries (Iran, Indian, Russia and Pakistan) in the Afghan war noted.
- Amanpour, Christiane;
- Kent, Arthur
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