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Afghans face cash crunch with banks closed after Taliban takeover

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Afghans are struggling to get cash with banks still closed following the Taliban's takeover of the country. "I've been coming to the bank for four days now but I can't get my own money," says one resident.

Added on the 27/08/2021 05:22:10 - Copyright : AFP EN

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