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Conflict & Justice

Inside the Taliban, Part IV

For the final part of our series on the Taliban, Charles Sennott met with former Taliban leaders and US counter-insurgency experts to try and discover what motivates the Taliban and whether the US military is making progress in understanding them.

Conflict & Justice

Kandahar's security lacking

James Murray reports on what Canadian soldiers found when they conducted an unannounced check of police checkpoints in the southern Afghan city of Kandahar. There was evidence of some gaping holes in the city's security.

Conflict & Justice

Mumbai attacks trial

The lone surviving gunman from Mumbai attacks last November has been telling a court in India about his recruitment. Rand Corporation's Christine Fair tells Lisa Mullins that Indians wonder whether those who planned the attack in Pakistan will face trial.

Conflict & Justice

Closing Guantanamo

A White House task force on closing Guantanamo is being delayed by six months. Does that mean Barack Obama's vow to close the detention camp by early next year is in jeopardy? The World's Matthew Bell reports.