When a suicide bomber and gunmen attacked a popular restaurant in Kabul on Jan. 17, two of those who died worked for the American University of Afghanistan. Their deaths have shaken the young campus, which has been largely immune from violence. NPR's Jacki Lyden speaks to the university's president, C. Michael Smith, about how the bombing has affected both students and faculty.
American University Of Afghanistan Rocked By Kabul Bombing
By editor • Jan 25, 2014
Originally published on January 25, 2014 11:14 am