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Jeffrey Young
March 07, 2014 7:08 PM
A traffic policeman in Kabul has been described by The Washington Post as the most honest man in Afghanistan for steadfastly resisting corruption. And being “straight” has a price. Yet, he perseveres, as VOA’s Jeffrey Young reports.

Kabul Traffic Cop Pays Price for Playing it Straight

Published March 07, 2014

A traffic policeman in Kabul has been described by The Washington Post as the most honest man in Afghanistan for steadfastly resisting corruption. And being “straight” has a price. Yet, he perseveres, as VOA’s Jeffrey Young reports.


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