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Journalist Yalda Hakim was commended for expertly handling a surprise from a Taliban spokesperson while she was live on BBC News. In this archive report – her first ever for SBS Australia’s Dateline – she returns to her birthplace of Kabul.
Kabul is divided between the rich and poor, optimism and pessimism, development and disappointment. As entrepreneurs pump money into a steadily increasing economy, the poor are being left even further behind.
In Pakistan's Islamic boarding schools, young teenage boys are brainwashed into carrying out terrorist attacks. Most of the time, they don't even know that they will be killed along with their targets.
The southern outskirts of the Afghan capital, Kabul. The major exit and entry routes to the city are all blocked to stop insurgents and drug smugglers. Beyond here, government rule ends.
The situation in Afghanistan steadily deteriorates. In the past 12 months, over 6,000 Afghans have been killed. Can a hostile population ever be won over?