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Fear stalks Taliban heartland in Afghanistan

A breeze blows down the dark deserted streets of this southern Afghan city as Mohammad Hussin closes his bakery for the night. Kandahar’s streets are normally bustling with people at eight o’clock in the evening but recently they have been replaced with fear. “It’s late. It will turn into a ghost town in an hour or so,” says Hussin, preparing to leave behind another day overshadowed by anxiety after at least five Iraq-style suicide bombings in the province in the past month. Full Story

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