Afghan soldiers chat Wednesday in front of the main office of Kabul Bank in Kabul, Afghanistan. The Afghan central bank's decision to force out executives of the nation's biggest bank amid allegations of mismanagement and questionable lending practices offers the government a chance to take a strong stand against corruption, the United States said Tuesday. (AP Photo)

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Afghan soldiers chat Wednesday in front of the main office of Kabul Bank in Kabul, Afghanistan. The Afghan central bank's decision to force out executives of the nation's biggest bank amid allegations of mismanagement and questionable lending practices offers the government a chance to take a strong stand against corruption, the United States said Tuesday. (AP Photo)