When Britain and America went into Afghanistan in 2001, they claimed that the liberation of the country’s burka-shrouded women was one of their top priorities. So did they deliver? Five years on, Natasha Walter visits Kabul – and is shocked by what she discovers.

NPR Interviews RAWA Member

November 1, 2006

NPR Anchor Lisa Mullins speaks with an Afghan woman who goes by the name of Zoya.