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US Afghan aid buys solar panels for farmers without electricity

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Solar panels for farmers without electricity and missing $17,600 tractors are among the many examples of waste by the U.S. Agency for International Development in a $70 million project designed to create agricultural jobs in Afghanistan. Instead of reducing regional instability, increasing agricultural jobs or helping stabilize the agricultural economy during the transition to Afghan...

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