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Wed November 15, 2006
Renee Montagne Part 2
By Bryan Bartlett
Murray, KY – NPR's Morning Edition has started a multi-part series on Afghanistan. The series is generated from co-host Renee Montagne's recent travels there. Those reports examine the police force, courts and national army to find out whether those institutions can be dependable building blocks for Afghanistan as it builds its democracy. WKMS News Director Bryan Bartlett spoke to Montagne about her third trip to the region since the Allied invasion in 2001.
Click the "Listen" icon above to hear part two of the interview, where Bartlett asks Montagne about changes, progress and feeling safe.