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Kabul, We Have a Problem

In the May 2010 Atlantic, I profile the great Abdulahad Momand.

Momand, 51 and now a resident of Germany, was born in Afghanistan’s Ghazni province. He is much like any other Afghan refugee, except that in the summer of 1988 he spent nine days in outer space.
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