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Afghanistan’s Economic Meltdown Leaves Ordinary Citizens Scrambling to Survive

September 18, 2021, 3:00 pm
Afghanistan’s Economic Meltdown Leaves Ordinary Citizens Scrambling to Survive
KABUL—On a recent day, Mohammad Akbar Ishaqzadeh stood on a river bank in Kabul, selling nearly all of his family’s possessions. Mr. Ishaqzadeh lost his job months ago when the American logistics company where he worked as a security guard closed down.
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