Hospital Bombing Is a Wake-up Call for Afghanistan

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On this, the fourteenth anniversary of America's invasion of Afghanistan, a resurgent Taliban is challenging President Obama's plan to withdraw US forces by the end of next year. Many Afghans have lost all hope, and this weekend's attack on a hospital has compromised US credibility. We look at this week's deadly airstrike on a hospital in Kunduz and America's long role in Afghanistan.

Also on the program, does Britain owe billions in reparations to the descendants of slaves in Jamaica? 


Warren Olney

Andrea Brody, Katie Cooper, Jenny Hamel