Thousands of villagers are homeless in Afghanistan after a powerful earthquake hit a remote region in the southeastern part of the country on Wednesday. Afghans desperately need life-saving assistance, but many in the West are loath to work with the extremist government. Susannah George, Kabul bureau chief for the Washington Post, speaks with The World’s host Carol Hills from the quake-struck region of Paktika.
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