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An Afghan looked through the rifle scope of a US Marine during troops' visit to Khwaja Jamal village to meet locals. An Afghan looked through the rifle scope of a US Marine during troops' visit to Khwaja Jamal village to meet locals. (David Guttenfelder/ Associated Press)
By Farah Stockman
Globe Staff / June 23, 2009

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KABUL, Afghanistan - Signs across this dusty, threadbare capital have a knack for advertising what is too good to be true: Perfect Restaurant. Model School. And, behind a locked door, Employment Office. (Full article: 1078 words)

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