Afghanistan Special Report: Its people, its problems
Updated 17:12, 03-Sep-2022
Sean Callebs

Last year the United States ended the longest war in its history as it pulled out of Afghanistan in a hectic and chaotic fashion.

The withdrawal created a power struggle within the country.

The Taliban marched into Kabul and seized control of Afghanistan.

In what we hope is a thoughtful and thought-provoking look at the past year, CGTN's Sean Callebs talks to the leaders in power and those most affected by the dramatic changes in the country, the female population and those in poverty.

It has been a delicate balancing act for the Taliban, appeasing its ultra-conservative base, and trying to forge its way in the 21st century.

Its critics are many at home, and abroad.

Now, here's Afghanistan: Its People, Its Problems.

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