Ke Huy Quan returns in front of the camera; Humanitarian aid in Afghanistan : Here & Now Actor Ke Huy Quan stars in the new film "Everything, Everywhere, All At Once." Quan was a child actor in "The Goonies," and "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" but moved behind the camera for several decades. He explains why. And, more people in Afghanistan are experiencing emergency food insecurity than anywhere else in the world. Charlotte Slente of the Danish Refugee Council joins us to discuss the crisis.

Ke Huy Quan returns in front of the camera; Humanitarian aid in Afghanistan

Ke Huy Quan returns in front of the camera; Humanitarian aid in Afghanistan

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Actor Ke Huy Quan stars in the new film "Everything, Everywhere, All At Once." Quan was a child actor in "The Goonies," and "Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom" but moved behind the camera for several decades. He explains why.

And, more people in Afghanistan are experiencing emergency food insecurity than anywhere else in the world. Charlotte Slente of the Danish Refugee Council joins us to discuss the crisis.

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