Afghan forces constantly fighting to root out Taliban
Clip: 09/25/2019 | 8m 56s
In Afghanistan, commando military units are kept busy chasing out the Taliban, then moving on to the next, inevitable advance elsewhere. But after special forces retake an area, ill-equipped regular forces that replace them struggle to hold on -- the same problem American forces faced there for years. Can Afghans find any peace? Special correspondent Jane Ferguson reports.
Aired: 09/25/19Video has closed captioning.
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