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U.N. Demands More Security in Afghanistan

Terrorists will kill more of the humanitarian workers trying to rebuild Afghanistan if international forces don’t improve security soon, a U.N. official warned Sunday at the funeral for a slain French aid worker. Kamel Morjane, the assistant high commissioner of the United Nations refugee agency, noted that anti-government militants pose an increasing threat throughout the country. “This year alone, 12 aid workers — Afghans and expatriates — have been killed in Afghanistan in terrorist attacks,” Morjane said. Full Story

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