Adam Ellick

Correspondent, New York Times

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Video and print correspondent for the New York Times in Kabul, Afghanistan

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After Somallia,  Transparency International  now ranks the government of Afghanistan as the most corrupt in the world.  The latest evidence is the crisis involving  Kabul Bank ,…

The Run on Kabul Bank: Corruption and the Karzai Government

After Somallia, Transparency International now ranks the government of Afghanistan as the most corrupt in the world.  The latest evidence is the crisis involving Kabul Bank ,…

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After Somallia,  Transparency International  now ranks the government of Afghanistan as the most corrupt in the world.

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After Somallia, Transparency International now ranks the government of Afghanistan as the most corrupt in the world.

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