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Journalists who lived under Taliban regime speak on challenges faced living in Afghanistan

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David Rohde and Gayle Lemmon, two reporters who have lived under the Taliban’s regime, join The Sunday Show to discuss the advancements in Afghanistan and the collapse of Kabul to the Taliban. Rohde recalls being kidnapped by the Taliban in 2008, where he spent seven months in captivity until an Afghan journalist helped him escape.