Saturday, 23 January 2016

Kabul’s blast walls protect a powerful few, cause misery for many more

Kabul’s blast walls protect a powerful few, cause misery for many more - The Washington Post
Thirty yards away, concrete ramparts loomed in the middle of the street. Soldiers gripping Kalashnikov rifles glared from behind candy-striped blast walls. Once a public thoroughfare, the street now belongs to Abdurrashid Dostum, a warlord elected first vice president of Afghanistan in 2014.

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