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Guests: LAILI HELMS Advisor to the Taliban in the United States VIKRAM PAREKH South Asia Researcher, Human Rights Watch JOHN HUNTINGTON Professor of Art History, Ohio State University Specialist on Buddhist Art and Meaning Last week, members of Afghanistan's ruling Taliban started destroying all statues in their country. The destruction is prompting international outcry, and drawing attention to the citizens of Afghanistan who suffer from drought and food shortage. Join Juan Williams and guests for a look at Afghanistan, the Taliban, and the outside world.

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