No paperwork on near $500 million of Kabulbank loans

KABUL - A failed Afghan bank doled out nearly half a billion dollars in unsecured, undocumented loans to a roster of Kabul's elite, including sitting cabinet ministers and a powerful former warlord, anti-corruption officials said on Sunday.
Azizullah Luddin, chairman of the High Office of Oversight and Anti-corruption, also said that records suggested the government would only be able to get back around two thirds of Kabulbank's $925 million in outstanding loans.