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Afghanistan / Karzai / Travel / Pelton Interview #708847

CNN Evening News for Saturday, Aug 24, 2002
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(Studio: Catherine Callaway) The takeover of responsibility for the protection of Afghan president Hamid Karzai by US State Department agents noted.

(Studio: Catherine Callaway & Kris Osborn) Live interview held with “Inside Afghanistan” author Robert Young Pelton about his experiences on the front lines of the war in Afghanistan; details given about the airing of his story on The Travel Channel’s “The World’s Most Dangerous Places”; scenes from the documentary previewed. [PELTON – says people need to see Afghanistan from a human perspective; comments on the social and political conditions in Afghanistan.]

(Studio: Kris Osborn) More coverage of Afghanistan on “CNN Investigates: Terror on Tape” and cnn.com mentioned.

Reporter(s):
Callaway, Catherine;
Osborn, Kris
Duration:
00:06:00

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