Thursday, September 07, 2006


My Way News - NATO Wants Reinforcements in Afghanistan:
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) - NATO's top commander on Thursday urged allied nations to send reinforcements to southern Afghanistan, where resurgent Taliban militants are inflicting heavy casualties on foreign forces and have captured a remote town for the second time in two months.

Gen. James L. Jones said after a trip to Afghanistan that the coming weeks could be decisive for thousands of troops fighting in the south of the country amid the worst upsurge in violence since the hard-line Taliban regime's ouster in late 2001.
So that "agreement" between Islamabad and the Taliban didn't exactly end the violence in Afghanistan, eh?

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