The tragedy in Kandahar deaths

The tragedy in Kandahar deaths

Kabul : Afghanistan | Mar 18, 2012 at 10:48 PM PDT
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On Sunday, a US military by 0-1 in 16 Afghan citizens on the sad death more adaryy published in the newspapers. The Los Angeles Times says that US relations with the Afghan Chakra has dealt a blow to. It is reporting not only a diplomatic one affecting human tragedy and destruction. But President Hamid and the Zai badkh of all this has been purposely this is that not only the full tkqyqat how the but also that displaying the why. Newspaper says. On Sunday, the centerpiece of military action, every such after the incident, the Afghan Government in mind Waqar dealt a blow to us. In Afghanistan to the United States is facing a large deprivations. Not only because of 10 years that the Afghan people from foreign occupation have been weak. And they want to end the occupation as soon as possible but also that the Interior a public surveys, the majority of the people of Afghanistan that it is not only the war, more than expected Long held. But the success. Ualyamryky killed and injured and thousands of allied forces is reached. In the country that when a hundred nhayt spur construction of society is slow. The Kabul government and is the victim of corruption and incompetence.Some people think that on Sunday, the sad incidents like there are unavoidable. When the army from so long-term war. Success is not the only hope. And many more troops should be sent in the warbarmydan again. And if some syyh must show that the United States to end their mission in slowly justified in this process and it quickly responsibility but of humanism and should be completed with.

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The tragedy in Kandahar deaths
The tragedy in Kandahar deaths.
Faster Fam is based in Islamabad, Federal Capital Area, Pakistan, and is a Stringer on Allvoices.
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