This video from the USA is called Rethink Afghanistan War (Part 3): Cost of War.
From Associated Press:
NATO: Helicopter crash kills 9 service members in Afghanistan
DEB RIECHMANN | 09/21/10 02:32 AM
KABUL, Afghanistan — Nine service members with the international coalition in Afghanistan died Tuesday after their helicopter crashed in the volatile south where troops are ramping up pressure on Taliban insurgents.
One other coalition service member, an Afghan National Army soldier and a U.S. civilian were injured and taken to a military medical center for treatment, NATO said.
Though helicopters more regularly crash because of mechanical issues in Afghanistan, some have been brought down by insurgent fire.
However, NATO said in a statement, “There are no reports of enemy fire in the area.”
The deaths raise to 37 the number of international soldiers killed so far this month in Afghanistan, including at least 29 U.S. troops. …
Tuesday’s crash occurred in northwestern Zabul province, according to a NATO official, who spoke on condition of anonymity because he was not authorized to disclose the location of the crash. Mohammad Jan Rasoolyar, a spokesman for the provincial governor in Zabul, said the helicopter went down in Daychopan district.
It was the deadliest helicopter crash in Afghanistan in years.
A Chinook crashed in February 2007 in Zabul, killing eight U.S. personnel.
British troops withdrew from the blood-spattered streets of Sangin yesterday after a four-year deployment that has cost the lives of an unknown number of ordinary Afghans and over 100 soldiers: here.