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March 24, 2009 3:19 PM

Afghans, in anti-corruption drive, challenge village authorities

Afghan villagers trained by an international nonprofit are tackling corruption at the local level through "social audits." They gather to inspect the books of the elected councils that oversee many villages. In many villages where corruption was uncovered, residents voted the councils out.

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