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 ,…

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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 ,…

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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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