This week on War News Radio - New Voices: Stories by reporters who joined our staff during the past year.
First, we learn about the Chinese investment in Afghanistan. Then, we speak with an Afghan journalist who studied at Swarthmore College. Finally, we learn about the Raymond Davis case and the implications of Islamic and secular law.
First we hear about war rugs in Afghanistan. Then, we hear about the Basetrack, an experimental media project in southern Afghanistan. Finally, we explore the story of an Afghan shepherd held at Guantanamo Bay.
This week on War News Radio: The Costs of Combat
We hear about the stigma associated with PTSD. Then, we investigate the U.S. government's billion dollar contracts with the Boeing company. And finally, we discuss the pervasive human rights violations against women in Afghanistan. But first, a round up of this week's news.
This week on War News Radio, " Made in Afghanistan,” we hear the final part of a two part report on the Afghan rug trade. Then, we examine American attitudes towards Osama bin Laden’s death. Finally, we learn about China’s investment role in Afghanistan. But first, a round up of this week's news.