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Key figures in the Kabul Bank saga

Kabul bank, Afghanistan's biggest private bank, has been at the center of a financial and political crisis following reports of unorthodox lending and real estate speculation in Dubai. Its executives were ousted last month, and Afghan authorities are continuing to investigate transactions made by the bank's shareholders.

Graphic showing key figures in Kabul Bank

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