Concrete military walls and police security checkpoints are seen on every corner of Afghanistan’s capital city, Kabul. The robust security presence signals a major effort to protect civilians and government officials from terrorist attacks. But the very real threat of violence, like a suicide attack, doesn't stop Kabul residents from living and enjoying their daily lives. VOA’s Ahmad Samir Rassoly gives us a unique view of a typical night in Kabul.
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