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    Afghan women’s rights activist says the world should talk to the Taliban

    01:19
  • Afghanistan hit by second earthquake in less than a week

    00:27
  • Watch: Taliban celebrates two years since regaining power in Afghanistan

    01:05
  • White House blames Trump for chaotic Afghanistan withdrawal

    04:12
  • House Foreign Affairs Committee begins hearings on U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan

    04:07
  • 'These days are really dark to me:' Taliban bans continue to erode women's rights

    03:33
  • Foreign workers hurt or killed on American bases in Afghanistan did not get compensation 

    02:13
  • CIA officer speaks on Afghanistan secret mission for the first time

    03:22
  • Blinken addresses release of Navy veteran from Afghanistan in prisoner swap

    01:01
  • How Afghanistan is coping one year after the withdrawal of U.S. troops

    04:52
  • Gen. Frank McKenzie reflects on Afghanistan and the status of the country under the Taliban

    10:12
  • General who oversaw Afghanistan withdrawal says mission was 'doomed from the start' 

    04:39
  • Where Afghanistan-U.S. relations stand one year after Taliban takeover

    05:21
  • US report says Al Qaeda has not reestablished itself in Afghanistan

    02:21
  • Engel: Death of Al Qaeda leader shows 'decisive action' from U.S.

    02:38
  • Biden announces death of Al Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahri

    07:17
  • Afghanistan faces economic collapse, food shortages ahead of Ramadan

    01:08
  • Sen. Menendez: U.S. stands ‘ready to help the Afghan people, but not at the control of the Taliban’

    07:22
  • Young girls sold into marriage by desperate Afghan families

    03:02
  • White House is working to aid Afghan refugees resettling within the U.S.

    08:09

Full interview: Afghan girls robotics team recounts escape from Kabul, desire to continue education

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Somaya Faruqi and Ayda Hayderpoor speak to NBC News’ Richard Engel about their experience leaving Afghanistan amid the Taliban takeover, as well as their motivation to continue their education. “When I fix something, I feel free -- I feel powerful,” Somaya told Engel.