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Afghanistan: Cash and corruption
International donors meet in Kabul, but what progress has been made?
Last Modified: 20 Jul 2010 08:56 GMT

Just 12 months before US forces are to begin withdrawing, what hope is there for progress in Afghanistan?

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International donors are meeting in Kabul and they want answers on issues of corruption and security.

Afghanistan's leadership, however, is seeking commitment from the donor community to coordinate actions around President Karzai's priority agenda for the country.

On Monday's Riz Khan show we speak with Ashraf Ghani, the former Afghan finance minister and presidential candidate, about what it will take to turn the country around and how much longer Afghanistan can count on international support.   

This episode of the Riz Khan show aired from Monday, July 19, 2010.

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