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USAID paid $500 a gallon for gas, failed to catch $500,000 in overpayments on long-delayed Afghan hospital

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Construction of a $14.6 million hospital in Gardez, Afghanistan, is 23 months behind schedule and costing taxpayers more than half a million dollars in overpayments the U.S. Agency for International Development and its contractor failed to catch. And once it's finished, there's no guarantee the Afghan government can even afford to run the facility, according to the Special Inspector General for...

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