Mohammad Akram, 38, says that business at his car and property dealership in western Kabul has suffered since the announcement of the U.S. military drawdown and a spate of insurgent attacks this year.
Mohammad Akram, 38, says that business at his car and property dealership in western Kabul has suffered since the announcement of the U.S. military drawdown and a spate of insurgent attacks this year. Shashank Bengali/MCT
Mohammad Akram, 38, says that business at his car and property dealership in western Kabul has suffered since the announcement of the U.S. military drawdown and a spate of insurgent attacks this year. Shashank Bengali/MCT

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