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Afghan - Zahir Shah
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Afghan - Zahir Shah

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Aides to Afghanistan's exiled king are increasingly concerned since Northern Alliance forces entered Kabul. The king's men fear a repeat of 1992 when rival factions entered the capital and almost immediately began fighting each other. NPR's Sylvia Pioggioli reports.

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