From e-Ariana in Afghanistan:
War Crimes in Afghanistan. Or: What You Don’t Learn in Science Class
By Christoph Koettl
Physicians for Human Rights (PHR) demonstrated in a more than impressive way this week how science and technology can advance the cause of human rights. Using forensic analysis and satellite imagery, they did an excellent job in documenting a war crime—and the subsequent US supported cover-up—in Afghanistan, where in the wake of the US led invasion in 2001 hundreds of prisoners of war were killed by a US backed warlord and dumped in a mass grave in Dasht-e-Leili. Check out this must see video:
In Afghanistan, the effort to monitor billions of dollars in reconstruction contracts is understaffed and underfunded. So says the guy in charge, here.
The number of US/NATO deaths in July  has already reached 58—the highest monthly toll since the invasion in October 2001: here.
How Afghanistan’s War is Spilling into Central Asia: here.
There Is No Reason for Us to Be in Afghanistan — Everyone Knows It, and It Spells Defeat: here.
- Afghanistan war even more unpopular than Iraq, Vietnam wars (dearkitty1.wordpress.com)
- Politicized Nobel Prize. Rewarding Those Who Best Contribute to War, Chaos and Crimes against Humanity (globalresearch.ca)
- Bagram Prison Releases Trigger New Dispute in Afghanistan (newsweekpakistan.com)
- Analyst: Narcotics Trade, Real Reason behind US War on Afghanistan (phantomreport.com)