Southeast Asia Fears Terror Attacks After Taliban Takeover, Airport Attacks
The Taliban takeover of Afghanistan and the ISIS-K airport bombing have raised fears of new terror attacks around the world. Southeast Asia is one place that’s no stranger to al-Qaida and ISIS terror.
NPR’S Michael Sullivan reports from Thailand.
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