The Hunt: How will security in Afghanistan affect aid workers?

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An Afghan villager sits near his damaged house that was destroyed in an earthquake in the Spera District of the southwestern part of Khost Province, Afghanistan, Wednesday, June 22, 2022. A powerful earthquake struck a rugged, mountainous region of eastern Afghanistan early Wednesday, killing at least 1,000 people and injuring 1,500 more in one of the country's deadliest quakes in decades, the state-run news agency reported. (AP Photo)

In the wake of a major earthquake in eastern Afghanistan, there are questions about how the security situation in the country will affect aid workers seeking to help victims.

On this week’s episode of “The Hunt with WTOP National Security correspondent J.J. Green,” Rahmatullah Nowruz, CEO of the Qamar Foundation, says terror groups, which have long inhabited Afghanistan, are not an issue.

Qamar Foundation CEO on the barriers aid workers are facing after an earthquake in Afghanistan

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