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Afghan Violence Claims Air Minister

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NPR's John Ydstie talks to NPR's Phil Reeves in Kabul about a serious outbreak of factional fighting in western Afghanistan. Many were reported killed in the city of Herat — among them the country's civil aviation minister, who was also the son of Herat's warlord, Ismail Khan.

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