News From Kabul Host Noah Adams talks to Kate Clark, the BBC's Afghanistan correspondent. Six months ago the Taliban closed down her office and ordered her out of Afghanistan. She still keeps in touch with many Afghans by telephone from her office in Islamabad, Pakistan. Today, she spoke with several eyewitnesses to the violent demonstrations outside the U.S. embassy in Kabul. Thousands of people protested outside the compound, then stormed the complex and burned several buildings.
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Host Noah Adams talks to Kate Clark, the BBC's Afghanistan correspondent. Six months ago the Taliban closed down her office and ordered her out of Afghanistan. She still keeps in touch with many Afghans by telephone from her office in Islamabad, Pakistan. Today, she spoke with several eyewitnesses to the violent demonstrations outside the U.S. embassy in Kabul. Thousands of people protested outside the compound, then stormed the complex and burned several buildings.