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$12.3 million found at former Afghan leaders homes amidst food crisis


"The money found came from senior leaders of the previous government, such as Amrullah Saleh" according to the statement of the Afghan Central Bank.

Added on the 15/09/2021 17:00:17 - Copyright : Euronews EN

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