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  Kate Clark Friday 4 January 2002  
There aren't many jobs these days which people would think are a strange choice for a woman - but being the BBC's correspondent in Taliban-controlled Afghanistan is one of them and it was Kate Clark's job from 1999 until she was expelled from the country last year.

After 8 months in exile, first in Pakistan and then, after the war started, in Northern Alliance territory she returned to the city of Kabul with the BBC team in November after the Taliban had fled.
Now she's back in Britain enjoying a well deserved break. She joins Martha to talk about her hopes and fears for the future of Afghanistan and why she can't wait to get back to Kabul.

BBC News: Kate Clark returns to Kabul


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