This video from Afghanistan says about itself:
Officials in Western Afghanistan say over 147 innocent civilians, many of them women and children, were killed when US war planes bombed villages of Gerani and Gangabad in Bala Baluk district of Farah Province on May 5, 2009.
Growing tensions between sections of the military brass and the Obama administration have emerged openly in the conflict between the top commander in Afghanistan, General Stanley McChrystal, and the White House: here.
Was Gen. McChrystal behind the coverup of Pat Tillman’s ‘friendly fire’ death? Here.
The anti-occupation insurgency has spread from the southern provinces that border Pakistan to the capital Kabul and northern provinces: here.
The United States military suffered its worst single-engagement losses in more than a year on Saturday, when several hundred insurgents attacked a remote outpost in northeastern Afghanistan, killing eight American soldiers: here.
Factsheet of Human Development Report 2009: Afghanistan ranked 181 out of 182 countries: here.
An Afghan in the USA: The world needs to start viewing an Afghan life as just as important as any other human life: here.
Charlie Wilson’s Peace: Former Rep. Who Armed Mujahideen Calls for Withdrawal Before War in Afghanistan Becomes Another Vietnam: here.