This video from the USA says about itself:
6 October 2010
Join us and help make sure the war‘s tenth year is also its final year. For almost a decade, we’ve asked a very small slice of the population–military families–to shoulder the heaviest burdens for U.S. policies in that country. As we start Year Ten, an increasing number of veterans who are telling us that the war isn’t making us safer and it’s not worth the cost. These are just a few of their stories.
Afghanistan: Ending a Failed Military Strategy: here.
Keep traumatized soldiers from war: HeraldNet: U.S. military suicides have claimed more lives than combat: here.
US special forces in Afghanistan mounted an attempt to rescue Linda Norgrove after the British government in the persons of Foreign Secretary Hague and Prime Minister Cameron refused to back an offer by local Afghan elders to negotiate her release, after the same elders last week negotiated the release of the three Afghans who were taken prisoner along with Linda. She was killed in the course of the assault as were all of the Afghan fighters. There were no US casualties: here.
A British aid worker who had been held captive by militants in Afghanistan may have been killed by friendly fire and not by her kidnappers as previously claimed, Prime Minister David Cameron admitted today: here. And here. And here.
Linda Norgrove: US navy Seal faces disciplinary action over grenade death: here.
Does anyone else think that it is highly inappropriate that there are British army recruitment adverts on TV at the same time that young working-class men are dying in Afghanistan? Here.
Italy wants to launch bombing raids on Afghanistan after resistance fighters killed four Italian soldiers over the weekend: here.
Siân Ruddick interviews Joshua Phillips on his new book about torture by US troops in Iraq and Afghanistan: here.
Jim Hightower | Bleeding in Afghanistan: here.
Afghan civilian war injuries double in Kandahar conflict: here.
Afghanistan Air Strikes Up 172 Percent: ABC News Radio: here.
Afghans don’t trust Canadian forces: here.