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Afghans Complaining about U.S. Behavior

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Afghans Complaining about U.S. Behavior

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Afghans Complaining about U.S. Behavior

Afghans Complaining about U.S. Behavior

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In Kabul, many Afghans are complaining that American soldiers and private security guards are treating them like second-class citizens in their own country. U.S. officials say security concerns can sometimes outweigh diplomacy. Rachel Martin reports.

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