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"Kabul houses five million people. It’s a very crowded city. It’s only meant to house one million people, so it’s overcrowded. There’s a lot of facilities that exist in Kabul that aren’t in other major cities like Kandahar, Jalalabad, Mazar-i-Sharif, and other cities. For example, there’s electricity there 24 hours [per day]. You have access to good transportation, [and] there’s a lot of schools. There’s a lot of alternatives for people, in terms of shopping, or restaurants, and things like that. It’s a more diverse city."
An Afghan national talks about the city of Kabul.