Afghan female journalist now a refugee in Qatar appeals for help
04 September 2021 | 2:05 pm
Just days ago, Beheshta Arghand made history by becoming the first female Afghan journalist to interview a Taliban official live on television -- now she's a refugee overcome by emotion appealing for help.
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