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AFGHANISTAN

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Criminals, by definition, do not follow the law.
Americans seem to get more upset about an attack on Rushdie and his freedom of speech than our own government’s 20 years of butchering innocents in Afghanistan and Iraq.
From the editorial: "After the Taliban retook Kabul and imposed its oppressive brand of governance, one year ago this week, Afghanistan enjoys peace. But that peace comes at a stiff price — acquiescence to a fundamentalist, backward way of life that cannot be defied."
Dille was among a number of Americans who recently received the U.S. State Department’s Award for Heroism for work done at Kabul's besieged airport.
Russia’s fake war is now being called a war of attrition. When looking up the definition of attrition, the war part, I found, is the act or result of gradually wearing down and exhausting an opponent by constant stress or harassment.
The state-run Bakhtar News agency said at least a 1,000 people had died and another 1,500 injured and the death toll could rise.

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Assange is wanted by U.S. authorities on 18 counts, including a spying charge, relating to WikiLeaks' release of vast troves of confidential U.S. military records and diplomatic cables which Washington said had put lives in danger.
A mortar attack on May 1, 2010, killed Eric Finniginam at a forward operating base in Kunar province. He was 26.
Freedom isn’t free, but don’t worry, real patriots are serving and paying the dues for the rest of us.

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