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G20 leaders discuss how to avert humanitarian catastrophe | Money Talks

A looming humanitarian crisis in Afghanistan is raising concern among world leaders. On Tuesday, an emergency meeting of representatives of the 20 biggest economies discussed aid for the war-ravaged country as well as ensuring safe passage for thousands of Western-allied Afghans. But China and Russia disagree with other G20 members on how to approach the country's multiple crises. And as Mobin Nasir reports, reaching a consensus on how to help Afghanistan's most vulnerable may not be easy. For more on this, Torek Farhadi joins me. He's a former economic adviser to the Afghan government. #G20 #Afghanistan #China #Russia

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

Picture This: Brussels Attacks Anniversary

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

The Newsmakers: America's Anti-Terror Strategy and Australia Redefining Racism

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

Showcase: 'I Am Not Madame Bovary'

World Bank predicts slow global economic recovery from pandemic

World Bank predicts slow global economic recovery from pandemic

Biz in 60: China inflation, Citigroup Mexico operations, Getir funding round

Biz in 60: China inflation, Citigroup Mexico operations, Getir funding round

China's flower market vendors go online to boost sales | Money Talks

China's flower market vendors go online to boost sales | Money Talks

US man recovering after getting genetically modified heart | Money Talks

US man recovering after getting genetically modified heart | Money Talks

Russia rules out concessions in talks with US on Ukraine | Money Talks

Russia rules out concessions in talks with US on Ukraine | Money Talks

WEF reports business leaders pessimistic over 2022 prospects | Money Talks

WEF reports business leaders pessimistic over 2022 prospects | Money Talks

UN launches its largest ever aid appeal for Afghanistan | Money Talks

UN launches its largest ever aid appeal for Afghanistan | Money Talks

Biz in 60: FED trading scandal, Shimao denies asset sale, Take-Two buys Zynga

Biz in 60: FED trading scandal, Shimao denies asset sale, Take-Two buys Zynga

Biz in 60: Turkiye unemployment, China Life chair probe, Reliance buys Mandarin Oriental

Biz in 60: Turkiye unemployment, China Life chair probe, Reliance buys Mandarin Oriental

Shimao reportedly selling all residential and commercial projects

Shimao reportedly selling all residential and commercial projects

Turkiye's locally built electric car unveiled in Las Vegas | Money Talks

Turkiye's locally built electric car unveiled in Las Vegas | Money Talks

Malaysia taps Turkish firm for aviation sector upgrades | Money Talks

Malaysia taps Turkish firm for aviation sector upgrades | Money Talks

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