Post Nato pullout Afghan future is bleak, warns Red Cross chief
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Post Nato pullout Afghan future is bleak, warns Red Cross chief

Kabul : Afghanistan | Oct 09, 2012 at 1:52 AM PDT
Source: Daily News & Analysis
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The Afghan conflict is getting worse for civilians and the country is facing a humanitarian crisis, warned Reto Stocker, the outgoing head of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Afghanistan on Monday. Stocker said he was "filled with concern" as he prepared to leave after seven years and... FULL ARTICLE AT Daily News & Analysis
 
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