Afghanistan: All at peace, except for the war | Editorial
Jun 2, 2010 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Guardian Unlimited
The new government of David Cameron has an opportunity to take fresh stock, it could make a bold decision Editorial The Guardian , Thursday 3 June 2010 The national consultative peace jirga had hardly got going in Kabul yesterday when it was interrupted by the nearby impact of rockets, gunfire and three suicide bombers detonating their belts.
It seems that not all sides were invited to these peace talks.These talks involved probably only karzai and his fellows war lords and drug dealers- friends of war criminasl, degenerates, genocides and murderers from usa.
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