Poll: Most Afghans say life is better now

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December 8, 2005 08:54

 
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More than three-fourths of the people living in Afghanistan say living conditions, security from crime and freedom of expression have improved from the days when they were living under Taliban rule, an ABC News poll says. On the questions of jobs and economic opportunity, people are evenly divided on whether economic opportunities are better or worse. Click here to read more.



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