The Struggle Against A Newly Resurgent Al-Qaida

January 12, 2014

Sunni leaders in Iraq are trying to retake control of two important cities in Anbar province. That’s raising fears in Afghanistan, where al-Qaida operatives still reside near the border with Pakistan. The Washington Post’s David Ignatius talks to NPR’s Rachel Martin about the rise of al-Qaida-affiliated groups and America’s relations with Afghanistan.

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