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The U.S. government counts on the American public to simply refuse to believe such an act, bringing a dead terrorist's image to life over and over, because it is unconscionable. But the average Joe forgets that this government has lied over and over
Afghanistan following last week's fatal attack on their Jalalabad compound, a spokesman said on Tuesday.
Scores of disabled people, several of them amputees, gathered outside a Red Cross office in eastern Afghanistan yesterday to protest against militants who attacked the building four days ago. A two-hour gun and suicide assault in Jalalabad city on
1 June 2013 0 shares 0 View comments Chained to the wall with both arms and legs shackled tightly and just a meagre portion of bread for sustenance, you'd be forgiven for thinking that these men were incarcerated for some atrocious criminal act.
A security guard was killed and a staff member was wounded in the attack, the Los Angeles Times reported Friday. Afghanistan, said the organization had suspended activities in Jalalabad and "our offices are closed until further notice." He said the
Taliban spokesman in Afghanistan says the Taliban did not have any connection to a suicide attack on May 29 on a Red Cross office in Jalalabad. Spokesman Qari Mohammad Yousaf Ahmadi says the Taliban would never support an
Armed men attacked an office of the International Committee of the Red Cross in Afghanistan, killing a guard and injuring two staff members, police said. Jalalabad in eastern Afghanistan Wednesday evening in the first such incident of violence in the
EPA] A guard at the gate of a humanitarian charity in Afghanistan's Jalalabad has been killed after attackers hit the compound...The provincial governor's spokesman confirmed to Al Jazeera that the guard had died in the attack. Jalalabad in Nangarhar
Carl Bernstein Just received notice from the Federal Bureau of Investigation that I am a criminal...Right now a Columbian refugee is having dinner with an overtly effeminate Taliban gunrunner in a quaint bistro on the outskirts of Jalalabad,
Afghanistan (AP) Afghanistan's cricket board says gunmen have kidnapped the father of its national team captain. There has been no ransom demand since Mohammad Nabi's 60-year-old father, Khobi Khan, was abducted near his home in the city of Jalalabad.