Two rockets hit a residential area in the north of the Afghan capital, Kabul, late on Sunday. They landed several kilometres from the site where hundreds of delegates at the loya jirga (grand council) are debating Afghanistan’s new constitution. A house was damaged in the attack, but there were no injuries. The authorities in Kabul and Nato-led peacekeeping forces say remnants of the former Taleban want to disrupt the historic meeting. On Sunday, the new US commander in Afghanistan outlined a major change of strategy to improve security in areas where Taleban guerrillas continue to operate. Full Story
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