This video from the USA is called Rethink Afghanistan War (Part 4): Civilian Casualties.
In a series of media interviews this weekend, the new US commander in Afghanistan indicated that he is not compelled to withdraw any US troops in July 2011, the deadline set by Obama last December: here.
US President Barack Obama’s aides have been quick to insist that the brutal occupation of Afghanistan would begin to end within one year, after a US military commander claimed that the war might continue: here.
Independent analysts icasualties.org have reported that Nato deaths have now topped 2,000 since the 2001 occupation began: here.
WATCH Rethink Afghanistan: This War Is Costing Us Billions We Can’t Afford: here.
United States troops shot three civilians including a 12-year-old boy at a demonstration near its main base at Bagram airfield at the weekend – the latest in a rising wave of protests against the occupation: here.
Afghan Police: NATO Kills Two Civilians in Night Raid: here.
Fresh protests have erupted in Afghanistan over the killing of two men branded insurgents by the US: here.
Tired of War Hawks controlling the debate on Afghanistan? Here.
Pentagon wants “total censorship”; doesn’t give a damn about Afghans: here.
Afghanistan and African nations at greatest risk from world food shortages: here.