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Guest Host: Steve Roberts
British-led troops in Afghanistan rescue an American journalist held by the Taliban but his interpreter was killed in the effort. Iran rejects any compromise over its nuclear program and a suicide truck bomber hits a Kurdish village in Northern Iraq, killing at least 20 people. A panel of journalists joins guest host Steve Roberts for analysis of the week’s top international news stories.
- Karen DeYoung Senior diplomatic correspondent, The Washington Post.
- Abderrahim Foukara Washington burea chief of Al Jazeera Arabic.
- Susan Glasser Executive editor, Foreign Policy.
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