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U.S. freezes bank account of Afghan contractor accused of bribery

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Department of Justice officials have frozen more than $63 million in U.S. funds in the bank account of an Afghan contractor who is accused of bribing his way into thousands of overpriced contracts to transport goods for the U.S. military. Hikmatullah Shadman, who owns a trucking and construction company, bribed his way into at least 5,421 delivery jobs, worth $77.9 million, between November...

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