"A House for Haji Baba"
FRONTLINE/World correspondent Brian Knappenberger chronicles
NPR reporter Sarah Chayes's bumpy transformation from objective
journalist to impassioned aid worker battling bureaucratic red
tape, corruption and dangerous warlords. Also available in streaming
Christian Science Monitor: "Biggest
Step for Afghanistan: Informed Voters"
FRONTLINE/World correspondent Roya Aziz wrote this commentary
piece describing the dangerous conditions faced by journalists
in Afghanistan on the eve of the nation's first democratic vote.
A series of reports from PRI's The World chronicling the first
Afghan election and its implications for a democratic future.
Forum With Michael Krasny: Afghanistan Election
Michael Krasny, host of public radio's Forum, discusses the Afghan election
with a panel of guests, including Carlota Gall, a New York Times
reporter in Kandahar.
Wide Angle: "Hell of a Nation"
This PBS Wide Angle report, which aired in August 2004,
explores Afghanistan's prospects for peace and democracy against
the backdrop of the country's long history of war.
Online Newshour: Rebuilding Afghanistan
Ongoing coverage from the Web site of the Newshour with Jim
Breaking news on the Afghan election from Yahoo! News.
New York Times:
Full coverage of the Afghan election from the Asia section of
The New York Times.
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