Suhasini Haider: Hello and welcome to Worldview with me Suhasini Haider. Tonight we're taking a close look at what NATO's plans for a pullout mean for Afghanistan and for Afghans in particular. In our studio, Fawad Paikar, he's the Bureau chief of the Spanish news agency EFE there in Kabul, also Sadia Serat, thanks so much for joining us. Sadia is an anchor with Tolo television in Kabul. We'll also be joined later by Heather Barr of Human Rights Watch based out of Afghanistan. But first to the story that just doesn't go away - The Eurozone crisis pushed the Euro down to a near two year low this week and sent world markets into a spiral once again. A summit dinner for EU leaders in Brussels failed to come up with anything concrete to avert that growing financial crisis that's already looking bad in Spain, Italy, Ireland as well as Greece. The big disagreement really on how to handle Greece. The disagreement between French President Hollande, who wants more growth Euro bonds issued, and German Chancellor Merkel who's pushing for more austerity. In fact, the Euro crisis also dominated the meeting of the G8 earlier in the week. So we'll be asking on our Big Question - Is the Eurozone breaking up?