Afghanistan

Politics

Revisiting an Afghan girls' school

In part 3, Charles Sennott tries to revisit a girls school he reported on two years ago. The school was set up by a couple who lost their son on September 11, 2001. But the school they funded in his memory now appears to be under the Taliban.

Conflict & Justice

The day after the vote

Millions of Afghans cast their ballots in yesterday's presidential election�though turnout appeared weaker than in the election five years ago. Anchor Katy Clark speaks with the BBC's Caroline Wyatt.

Politics

Allies in Afghanistan

A recent bombing in Afghanistan that killed civilians shows the difficulty US military commanders are having with their NATO allies. The World's Matthew Bell reports.

Politics

Uzbek fighters in Pakistan

Authorities say there are many foreigners fighting alongside the Taliban in Pakistan. Some of them are from the central Asian nation of Uzbekistan. Anchor Marco Werman finds out more from the head of the BBC's Uzbek Service, Sirojiddin Tolibov.