Fresh Air For August 26, 2021: CNN's Clarissa Ward On The Taliban And Afghan Women Hear the Fresh Air program for August 26, 2021

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What It's Like To Be A Woman Reporting On The Taliban: 'They Don't Look At You'

CNN correspondent Clarissa Ward says educated Afghan women fear they will lose everything under Taliban rule. "Based on my experience with the Taliban, you can't expect them to change," she says.

Clarissa Ward is CNN's chief international correspondent and the author of the memoir On All Fronts. Brent Swails/CNN hide caption

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What It's Like To Be A Woman Reporting On The Taliban: 'They Don't Look At You'

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