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In February this year, the United States and the Taliban signed an agreement that charted a path to ending nearly two decades of war in Afghanistan. If all goes according to plan—and there is much to suggest it won’t—all foreign forces will depart in spring, 2021. Meanwhile, long-awaited intra-Afghan negotiations between the Afghan government and the Taliban are underway, once again in Doha.What will happen next? Will the Taliban uphold its side of the agreement with the U.S.? Will Trump eve ...
 
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If only - Lyse Doucet talks to poet, former ambassador and former Mujahideen fighter, Massoud Khalili. Now 74, he’s lived through many of the pivotal moments of 43 years of war in Afghanistan. He and Lyse reflect on the missed opportunities and the mistakes that haunt Afghanistan's recent history. And in the last of our ten part series, Lyse asks A…
 
Kabul har falt. Taliban har tatt kontroll over landet. Utenfor flyplassen er det kaotisk, dramatisk og uoversiktlig. På feltsykehuset inne på flyplassen må de norske soldatene forholde seg til skadde, små barn som har kommet bort fra foreldrene sine og en evakueringsdato som nærmer seg. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
An eyewitness account from the presidential palace as the Taliban encircle Kabul. He was the president’s chief of staff, she was the ambassador in Washington. Both were appointed by President Ghani: Matin Bek, the son of a warlord, and Adela Raz, the daughter of an intellectual. They were Afghanistan’s ultimate power couple. Matin was in the presid…
 
Stormpanservognen til Stian Mo leder an i en kolonne sør for Ghormach i Afghanistan. De kjører i kupert terreng. Ingenting tyder på at noe er i gjære. Så smeller det. Det er støvete, sand overalt, og mørkt. Utenfor stormpanservognen hører han skudd. Skytteren svarer når Stian spør om han er ok. Fra vognføreren sin får han ikke svar. See acast.com/p…
 
Keeping music alive under the Taliban - 21-year-old pianist, composer and conductor Arson Fahim and cellist Meena have both had to leave Afghanistan to continue studying and performing the music they love. Arson created the music for this series. The last time the Taliban were in power, in the 90s, music was banned; today Afghan musicians live in f…
 
Hva kreves for å bli en god soldat? Hva er de egentlig laget av - soldatene i de myteomspunnede norske spesialstyrkene? Hvordan trente spesialstyrkene opp en afghansk politiavdeling til å bli en av verdens mest erfarne kontraterror-styrker. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
Living with the Taliban - the female doctor who celebrated the Taliban takeover in Kabul. Gynaecologist, ex MP, former refugee, Dr Roshanak Wardak welcomes the end of years of war which she says the Taliban's return to power has brought. War is the worst thing, she tells Lyse Doucet. But there is one important issue where she says the Taliban can’t…
 
Holding the Taliban to account - Afghanistan’s top TV journalist was offered an interview with Taliban leaders within hours of them taking Kabul. But the editor of Afghanistan’s most popular private TV network, TOLO News, was already out of the country. Aged 33, Lotfullah Najfizada now hopes to return to carry on his work as the most successful int…
 
Tora Bora fjellene er et perfekt skjulested for Osama Bin Laden. I kjølvannet av jakten på Bin Laden, som ble lang og seig, kom de norske konvensjonelle styrkene til Afghanistan. Hvordan er det å bli skutt? Hvordan høres det ut? Hva tenker man? Hallgeir Michaelsen forteller om hvordan et vanlig oppdrag i områdene rundt Kabul forandret livet hans. S…
 
Forced to flee the Taliban - human rights advocate, former government advisor, feminist, Shaharzad Akbar, who knows the transformative power of education, now a refugee again. Shaharzad Akbar was the first Afghan woman to do post graduate studies at Oxford University in Britain, a student of Smith College in the US, a schoolgirl whose studies were …
 
Det er 2001. På direkten ser verden hjelpeløst på at to kaprede fly styrer målrettet inn i tvillingtårnene i New York. Og der starter det som skulle bli jakten på verdens mest ettersøkte mann. Et par måneder senere sitter spesialsoldat Christian Harstad i et militærfly på vei til Afghanistan. Hva gjorde de norske soldatene der, og hva var oppdraget…
 
The woman face to face with the Taliban - peacemaker, women’s rights advocate and negotiator, Fatima Gailani is the nearest Afghanistan has to aristocracy. Now in her late 60s, she was the female face of Afghan resistance to the Soviet occupation of the 1980s, the Mujahideen. She returned to Afghanistan after 24 years in exile following the US-led …
 
Networker, survivor - Afghanistan's former leader Hamid Karzai, famous for his traditional cloak and sheepskin hat, is back in the news. While others fled Kabul in mid-August when the Taliban swept in, Karzai stayed. He sat with them to help negotiate the transfer of power. In power for 13 of the past 20 years, the former president tells Lyse Douce…
 
Founding member, ambassador, prisoner – in the Taliban’s inner circle at the very start. Abdul Salam Zaeef rose to prominence in the Taliban government that ruled Afghanistan until Western forces overthrew it following 9/11. Handed over to the Americans, Mullah Zaeef spent three years as a prisoner in the US detention centre, Guantanamo Bay. He no …
 
Talking to the Taliban – the US diplomat who negotiated the American pull-out. Zalmay Khalilzad has been the Afghanistan point man for three American presidents. Born in Afghanistan, for the last 20 years he’s played a pivotal role in US policy toward the country of his birth. He tells Lyse Doucet that it is now time for Afghans to shape their own …
 
This episode, I speak with Abdul Jamil, a 75-year-old member of the Afghan Local Police (ALP) originally from Marjah in Helmand province. It's a special and sobering episode, because the 33-year-old Helmandi journalist Aliyas Dayee, with whom I'd worked since 2016 and who assisted with this and the previous two episodes, is no longer with us. On No…
 
This episode, the second from my recent trip to Lashkar Gah, the capital of Helmand, I speak with the most senior Afghan National Army (ANA) officer in the province, the commander of the Afghan National Army’s 215th Corps’, Lt. Gen. Wali Mohammad Ahmadzai. I interviewed Gen. Ahmadzai on October 17, where, in the exact same guesthouse on the exact s…
 
On October 11, Taliban fighters in Helmand converged on the districts surrounding the provincial capital Lashkar Gah, capturing huge swathes of government-held territory in a matter of days and raising concern that the city would fall to the insurgents. The offensive was the Taliban’s largest, countrywide, since representatives of the group signed …
 
At only 28, Farahnaz Forotan has worked at three of Afghanistan’s largest television broadcasters since 2012, hosting flagship talk shows at two of them, including 1TV’s hugely popular weekly program, Kabul Debate, which she's headed since 2019. Forotan is also the founder of My Red Line, an online advocacy campaign allowing Afghans to voice the ri…
 
Dr. Yama Torabi is a Senior Research Associate and a political scientist. He holds two masters degrees, in Political Science and International Relations, and a PhD in International Relations. ​In 2005, Torabi founded Integrity Watch Afghanistan, which, after completing his studies in France, he returned to Kabul to direct between 2009 and 14. He wa…
 
It was the second time I’d met and interviewed this Taliban commander. I refer to him in the podcast as Ismael. The first time, several weeks ago, he didn’t want me to record our conversation. It did, however, give me the opportunity to obtain the kind of information I needed to be confident that he was who he said he was. Ismael and I spoke in a p…
 
Saad Mohseni is one of Afghanistan’s most influential businesspeople, and the co-founder of it’s most popular television network, TOLO TV. He is the son of an Afghan diplomat who, soon after the 1979 Soviet invasion, sought political asylum in Australia. There, he worked in finance until the fall of the Taliban regime in 2001, when he returned to K…
 
I first met Rahmatullah Amiri as he was being wheeled into an operating theatre in Kabul one night in August 2016. A few hours earlier, Amiri was in an evening class at the American University of Afghanistan (AUAF) when three gunmen stormed the compound after breaching the front gate with a car bomb. 13 students, teachers and security staff were ki…
 
Mahpekay Sediqy is the deputy director at the Kabul Orthopaedic Organisation (KOO) in Afghanistan's capital and a bilateral amputee, herself. Sediqy lost both legs to a mine while collecting firewood as a child during the Taliban's time in power in that late 1990s. She had never aspired to anything more than completing sixth class at school but, fo…
 
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