Businesses still affected two weeks after massive Kabul blast

Afghanistan's capital is under a virtual lockdown, nearly two weeks after a suicide bombing that killed more than 100 people. Roadblocks and constant traffic jams are affecting businesses, which are said to be losing thousands of dollars a day.

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    Afghanistan's capital is under a virtual lockdown, nearly two weeks after a suicide bombing that killed more than 100 people.

    Roadblocks and constant traffic jams are affecting businesses, which are said to be losing thousands of dollars a day.

    Meanwhile, protesters continue to occupy tents around the city demanding government action.

    Al Jazeera's Rob McBride reports from the capital, Kabul.


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