• A Look at the Promoting Women's Capability by Education (PWCE) Center for Women in Kabul

    Just in from Promoting Women’s Capability by Education (PWCE) Center in Kabul is a video celebrating the work of their students and thanking all who have supported the center along the way. The center provides courses in many different fields, including computer classes, literacy, and science. In response to domestic violence, poverty, and hardships of life in a war-ridden country, the center also gives support by holding weekly seminars on issues impacting women and girls. Through the center, students are able to pursue the college and careers of their choice, becoming “the future doctors, engineers, lawyers, scientists, artists, and technical experts” who give hope to Kabul. #RiseInSolidarity #ThisIsV20

    published: 03 Apr 2018
  • White House, State Dept briefings

    1. Walk in view of Ari Fleischer, White House spokesman 2. Cutaway reporters 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ari Fleischer, White House spokesman: "The United States is not going to get in the business of choosing who rules Afghanistan. But the United States will assist those who are seeking a peaceful and economically developed Afghanistan that does not engage in terrorism." 4. Wide and close-up of reporters 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ari Fleischer, White House spokesman: "It should not come as any surprise when that when the President says we will treat those who harbour terrorists the same as we treat terrorists, the President has said he will take action to protect our country from terrorist attacks. This should not be a subject of a lot of guessing." 6. Cutaway press 7. SOUNDBITE: (Engl...

    published: 21 Jul 2015
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A Look at the Promoting Women's Capability by Education (PWCE) Center for Women in Kabul
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A Look at the Promoting Women's Capability by Education (PWCE) Center for Women in Kabul

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Just in from Promoting Women’s Capability by Education (PWCE) Center in Kabul is a video celebrating the work of their students and thanking all who have supported the center along the way. The center provides courses in many different fields, including computer classes, literacy, and science. In response to domestic violence, poverty, and hardships of life in a war-ridden country, the center also gives support by holding weekly seminars on issues impacting women and girls. Through the center, students are able to pursue the college and careers of their choice, becoming “the future doctors, engineers, lawyers, scientists, artists, and technical experts” who give hope to Kabul. #RiseInSolidarity #ThisIsV20
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White House, State Dept briefings
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White House, State Dept briefings

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1. Walk in view of Ari Fleischer, White House spokesman 2. Cutaway reporters 3. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ari Fleischer, White House spokesman: "The United States is not going to get in the business of choosing who rules Afghanistan. But the United States will assist those who are seeking a peaceful and economically developed Afghanistan that does not engage in terrorism." 4. Wide and close-up of reporters 5. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ari Fleischer, White House spokesman: "It should not come as any surprise when that when the President says we will treat those who harbour terrorists the same as we treat terrorists, the President has said he will take action to protect our country from terrorist attacks. This should not be a subject of a lot of guessing." 6. Cutaway press 7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ari Fleischer, White House spokesman: "Threats to remain but in no case will those threats deter the President from carrying out this mission and winning this war. And the President will take whatever actions are necessary to take this war to the terrorists who have already attacked our country and to those who continue to harbour the terrorists. 8. Cutaway cameramen 9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Ari Fleischer, White House spokesman: "And on the question of the (international aid) workers in Afghanistan if you recall in the President's address to Congress and the nation two Thursday nights ago, the President did say one of the demands is the unconditional release of the Americans who are being held by the Taliban for preaching Christianity." 10. Cutaway 11. SOUNDBITE: (English) Richard Boucher, U.S. State Department spokesman: "We have very little information at this point on the trial and the procedures or the charges that are to be followed, given that the lawyer is in Kabul. We are in touch with him but not in any great detail. So we don't have that kind of information, we will see if he has it at some point when he is able to share with us what he understands of the situation." 12. Wide shot of Boucher speaking STORYLINE: United States President George W. Bush has approved plans to help groups inside Afghanistan that oppose the terrorist-harboring Taliban militia and to aid Afghan refugees fleeing to neighboring Pakistan, U.S. officials have said. White House spokesman Ari Fleischer said on Monday that: "The United States is not going to get into the business of choosing who rules Afghanistan. But the United States will assist those who are seeking a peaceful, economically developed Afghanistan that does not engage in terrorism." Administration officials said President Bush has approved a plan to provide covert aid to anti-Taliban groups operating inside Afghanistan. Fleischer declined to say which groups would receive U.S. support, only remarking that the Bush administration would work with a variety of people. Referring to weekend warnings by Attorney General John Ashcroft of the possibility of additional terrorist assaults, Fleischer added that "threats do remain." However, he said information on such threats was "of a general nature." Meanwhile the trial resumed in Afghanistan of eight foreign aid workers accused by the Taliban of spreading Christianity. The chief Afghan judge told the workers, two Americans, two Australians and four Germans, that the threat of U.S. military action would not affect their case. State Department spokesman Richard Boucher said he still did not have details on the exact charges faced by the relief workers or how long the trial was supposed to last. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/22e87b6107be4cef4ec7099f1e4882d7 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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