Steve Chao: Ask Me Anything on Afghanistan

Al Jazeera's correspondent will be on Reddit answering questions about Helmand Province in Afghanistan.

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    Chao was in Helmand province with Afghan soldiers who are preparing to take charge of security as part of the 2014 pullout plan, where US forces are starting to hand over bases in the volatile regions of southern Afghanistan.

    Chao is an award-winning correspondent who's reported around the world, covering such events such as the war in Afghanistan, the terror attacks in Mumbai, and the Tibetan uprisings in China.  

    Most recently he was in Japan for the tsunami disaster, and on the high seas around the Diaoyutai/Senkaku islands for the East China Sea dispute. Before his post as the Senior Asia Correspondent for Al Jazeera, Chao was an international correspondent for CTV, one of Canada's most watched news network.
     
    You can follow Steve Chao on Twitter @SteveChaoSC




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    Afghan army's resolve tested in Helmand 

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    Video:

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    Afghans' anger at Obama's Nobel peace prize win 

    Kabul's convict mayor left to run city 

    Afghan rape victim lives in fear

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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