Long-awaited extradition law in Afghanistan s Parliament might benefit US to convict easily fraudste 1.0 freeware

The US is risking billions of dollars of taxpayers in the war-torn lands without keeping a strict watch on the money spent. The flaws and weaknesses of the Afghanistan government are not hidden from the world. It is a well-known fact that the country has many fraud contractors and money mined officers, a porous security border, and a crooked legal structure to benefit the businessmen and not the civilians. ...

Author Russian News Center
Released 2019-01-30
Filesize 44 kB
Downloads 227
OS Win2000, Windows XP, Windows 7 x32, Windows 7 x64, Windows 8, Windows 10, WinServer, WinOther, Windows Vista, Windows Vista x64
Installation Install Only
Keywords Tony Abi Saab, Raymond Azar, Sima Salazar, terrorism, weapon, drugs smuggling, money laundering
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