Ongoing conflict severely limits tour...

Ongoing conflict severely limits tourism in Afghanistan

There are 1 comment on the USA Today story from May 27, 2012, titled Ongoing conflict severely limits tourism in Afghanistan. In it, USA Today reports that:

Travel agent Sayed Zamanuddin Baha gets calls from people all over the world asking if they can see Tora Bora , the cave complex where Osama bin Laden slipped away from invading U.S. forces in 2001.

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Czeladz, Poland

#1 May 27, 2012
tourism among explosion of bombs, among tragedy of milions of innocent people, who suffer from consequences of this brutal, mindless, criminal,plundering invasion. It is really completely distorsed idea and these Afghans will never be friendsof these countries, which invaded, ruined their country and their lives. Forget tourism in Afghanistan. Take these USA and nato troops back to their own countries, buzz off and leave these Afghans alone in holy peace.

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