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Almost two years after U.S. forces ousted the Taliban from power, the new Afghan government still has only marginal control of regions outside of Kabul. NPR's Michael Sullivan reports from Kandahar on President Hamid Karzai's attempts to reign in violence throughout the Afghan provinces.



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