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    Aid groups suspend operations in Afghanistan after Taliban bar women from NGO work

    02:41
  • 'Retrograde' looks at the abrupt end to America's longest war

    05:35
  • For 'The Kite Runner' Star, Afghanistan Crisis Hits Close to Home

    08:03
  • Rep. Moulton: U.S. must fulfill promise to Afghan interpreters that ‘we would have their backs’

    04:26
  • Ben Rhodes: Many Afghans who helped the U.S. are now ‘stuck in places where they’re not welcome’

    03:11
  • Fmr. Afghan translator: ‘We never wanted to leave’ but a ‘political decision’ made staying untenable

    04:11
  • The incredible, true story of how U.S. vets helped save an Afghan soldier

    08:24
  • Afghans who worked with the U.S. face death threats at home and ‘bureaucratic nightmare’ to leave

    03:47
  • Pentagon Unveils Plan to Mitigate Civilian Harm In Combat Ops

    10:33
  • Gen. Petraeus: U.S. has ‘moral obligation’ to ‘well over 165,000’ Afghans ‘left behind’

    09:36
  • Afghan refugee describes harrowing escape from Afghanistan

    05:27
  • We are making progress on inflation while not killing off the economy: WH

    08:20
  • 'We made a number of mistakes' Gen. Petraeus on Afghanistan, one year after its fall

    06:46
  • 'We made a number of mistakes' Gen. Petraeus on Afghanistan, one year after its fall

    06:46
  • 'Entire generation of girls had future instantly taken away': expert on Afghanistan under Taliban

    09:06
  • A year since the Taliban has taken over Afghanistan, country in economic shambles

    09:01
  • Today marks one year since Kabul, Afghanistan fell to the Taliban

    06:06
  • WH intel: Al-Qaeda has not reestablished itself in Afghanistan

    02:19
  • A story about friendship and brotherhood that developed in combat

    04:46
  • Safe but still unsettled, former Afghan interpreter looks to make home in U.S. 

    09:07

Why ISIS-K poses a unique threat to Afghanistan

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Michael Weiss, Senior Editor for Newlines Magazine, joins Jonathan Capehart to discuss ISIS-K, the terror organization responsible for the explosion that killed 13 U.S. service members and more than 170 Afghan civilians. Weiss says their origins as “disaffected members” of the Taliban puts them in a unique – and dangerous – position with those now in control of Afghanistan’s government.