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The role of the media in exposing and curbing corruption in Afghanistan

At today’s Media Meeting, Afghan-German Cooperation and Mediothek in Kabul brought together experts from government, civil society, the media and international bodies to discuss what the media has achieved so far in Afghanistan and the challenges the press face in

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“Individuals behind Kabul Bank’s collapse must be investigated”

The Independent Joint Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation Committee criticized the special tribunal’s verdict handed down to the defendants of the Kabul Bank crisis. The special tribunal sentenced the two former executives of Kabul Bank to five years in prison and

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“Individuals behind Kabul Bank's collapse must be investigated”

The Independent Joint Anti-Corruption Monitoring and Evaluation Committee criticized the special tribunal’s verdict handed down to the defendants of the Kabul Bank crisis. The special tribunal sentenced the two former executives of Kabul Bank to five years in prison and

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REPORT OF THE PUBLIC INQUIRY INTO THE KABUL BANK CRISIS

Kabul Bank, Afghanistan’s first private bank and the representative of the first experience of Afghans with formal banking structures, collapsed nearly two years ago after a number of individuals embezzled million of dollars money that belonged to the citizens. The

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