First Greece, now, Kabul.
Waiting outside the bank in Kabul at 6am, depositors want their money back.
The New York times reports that U.S. officials deny there will be a bailout with U.S. funds.
Furious customers shouted angry complaints. An elderly woman cried out in distress. But the teller drawers were largely empty and most customers left empty-handed. “What should I give you when I have nothing to give?” a teller told one agitated customer.