Sunday, June 17, 2007

That Other War

A bomb attack on an Afghan police bus has killed up to 35 people and injured many in Kabul, officials say.

The bomb went off close to police headquarters in the city centre at rush hour. Most of the dead are police recruits or instructors.

It is thought to be the highest number of deaths caused by a bomb in Kabul since the Taleban were ousted in 2001.
One more in an endless series of examples of why we should have actually finished the job in Afghanistan, and helped the Afghans get back on their feet, rather than wasting lives and money in a war that had nothing to do with international terrorism.

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