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This week on NL Hafta, Abhinandan Sekhri, Raman Kripal and Manisha Pande of Newslaundry are joined by Suhasini Haidar, diplomatic affairs editor of the Hindu.
They discuss the situation in Afghanistan and how media platforms have been covering it. Suhasini points out that considering the risks involved in going to the ground, most foreign journalists have been relying on activists and a few reporters who are still in the country to get a sense of what’s happening. Some foreign journalists such as Lyse Doucet and Sikander Krimani, however, have been able to report from the ground with the aid of security agencies and advisors, she says.
Quest for a Stable Afghanistan: A View From Ground Zero
Antonio Giustozzi: The Taliban at War
Antonio Giustozzi: The Islamic State of Khorasan
The favored daughter: One woman’s fight to lead Afghanistan
Fawzia Koofi: Letters to My Daughters
Paul Theroux: Tao of Travel
Upcoming Newslaundry story on Osho Ashram.
This is What Winning Looks Like
9/11 and the War on Terror
The Other Afghan Women
All you need to know about the new Taliban government
Two Indicators: Water Pressure
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