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$7 million Afghan border crossing may hinder security, watchdog warns

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Design flaws in a $6.9 million crossing under construction on the Afghan-Pakistan border may pose a security risk, a government watchdog warned Thursday. Almost half of Afghanistan's annual national budget came from customs revenues in 2012, according to Special Inspector General for Afghan Reconstruction John F. Sopko, which means secure borders are important to the country's financial...

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