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Amid Kabul's poverty, supermarket buzzes

Diplomats, journalists, aid workers, others have money to spend

By Victoria Burnett
Globe Correspondent / January 31, 2004

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KABUL, Afghanistan -- Assad "Chelsea" Mehedizada cradles a mobile phone under his chin as he bags groceries with one hand and punches prices into a calculator with the other. It is late afternoon and the stream of callers and customers is constant. (Full Article: 926 Words)

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