Jason Motlagh

Correspondent, Time magazine

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Correspondent for Time magazine, based in Kabul, Afghanistan

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"The run on Kabul bank is shaking [Afghanistan's] fragile economy — and fraying what's left of trust in the government."  That's according to Jason Motlagh, who's in Kabul for  Time …

Graft at Afghan's Central Banks Causes Political Turmoil

"The run on Kabul bank is shaking [Afghanistan's] fragile economy — and fraying what's left of trust in the government."  That's according to Jason Motlagh, who's in Kabul for Time …

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