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Taking blame for Afghan carnage

In the aftermath of the bloodiest attack on civilians that Kandahar city has endured since the renewed insurgency this year, victims’ relatives voiced anger at the Taliban but vented even more fury at the Canadian soldiers and other foreigners who promised to improve their lives. “For 30 years, we’ve had this problem: Foreign troops come here and start fights,” said Abdul Zahir, 49, gesturing at three of his young relatives as they sweated and moaned in a crowded hospital ward. Full Story

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