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WASHINGTON, May 8, 2009 (Reuters) — Afghan President Hamid Karzai on Friday called on the United States to halt air strikes in his country, following attacks this week that Afghan officials said killed 147 people.
"We demand an end to these operations ... an end to air strikes," Karzai said in Washington in an interview with CNN.
Karzai said Obama in their White House summit on Wednesday had expressed "sorrows and apologies" over the deaths in Farah province.
Originally posted by niteboy82
What a wonderful message we send to the rest of the world, "we can invade you, replace you, ignore you and punish you."
Originally posted by dooper
reply to post by Darth_Prime
Well, if we in the US couldn't do a better job of protecting innocents in Iraq and Afghanistan, exporting terrorism, and training terrorists, we'd deserve it.
But we don't have an ass-backwards, primitive, bloody country full of total misery.