Historic Afghanistan palace undergoes restoration

On the outskirts of the Afghan capital of Kabul, a building President Ashraf Ghani once called the 'palace of abandoned dreams', is being rebuilt.

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    On the outskirts of the Afghan capital of Kabul, a building President Ashraf Ghani once called the "palace of abandoned dreams", is being rebuilt.

    It is hoped that the Darulaman Palace will become a showcase of the country’s aspirations after years of war.

    Al Jazeera's Jennifer Glasse reports from Kabul.


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