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In Rural Afghanistan, Peace and Jobs, Not Politics, Matteri
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Sharon Behn
June 12, 2014 1:54 PM
The majority of Afghans live in rural villages scattered around the country, away from the centers of power in Kabul and other major cities. As VOA's Sharon Behn reports, for many of them, it doesn't matter who wins Saturday’s presidential election.

In Rural Afghanistan, Peace and Jobs, Not Politics, Matter

Sharon Behn

Published June 12, 2014

The majority of Afghans live in rural villages scattered around the country, away from the centers of power in Kabul and other major cities. As VOA's Sharon Behn reports, for many of them, it doesn't matter who wins Saturday’s presidential election.


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