galleryKatie Couric in Afghanistan08.20.10galleryKatie Couric in AfghanistanKatie Couric reports on the stories of teenage girls turned away from their homes as part of her series on Afghanistan—and asks whether the U.S. will stand by them.08.20.10 1:58 PM ETTo Katie Couric's right is 14-year-old Deeya, who was forced to marry a 55-year-old man. To her left is Mina who was turned away by her family. Both found themselves in this women's shelter organized by “Women for Afghan Women.” Katie Couric poses for a photograph with a number of girls at a women's shelter. Some had been raped, others fled their homes after they were sold by family members or forced into engagements. Others fled abusive husbands.Katie Couric and Manizha Naderi, who runs Women for Afghan Women, an organization that has shelters in five provinces.A little girl with a sack and a kite on the streets of Kabul.Katie Couric with 11-year-old Omed. She bought one of his necklaces, and he said he was going to give the money to his mom.Children in line for ice cream in Kabul.