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Survey: Afghans Optimistic About Future Despite Insecurity, Corruption

A new public opinion survey in Afghanistan indicates signs of cautious optimism despite concerns over insecurity and corruption. The survey results, released Tuesday in Afghan capital, Kabul, come as another Taliban suicide attack caused fatalities in the city. The U.S.-based Asia Foundation released findings of its survey in Kabul, saying insecurity, corruption and unemployment continue to be the top concerns for a large proportion of the Afghan public.   Country representative...

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