NATO: 30 insurgents killed in eastern Afghanistan


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Sorry, Saturday morning but I do not feel sorry for these dead terrorists, need to keep up the good work Mr.Obama and Mr.Sarkozy and help the Taliban etc..understand they are marked, they are being watched from nice satellites flying over head and sooner or later KABOOM! Go and have have with 70 virgins as a good jihadist, no time to let our guards down, the terrorists, they just want us to be drunk, stoned, while they prepare for the next 9/11 IMHO.

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I am British and not a politician. When will we ever learn twice before we have tried to invade Afghanistan and twice we have left with a sore rear ! We should pull out because it will return to 'no mans land' eventually, the Afghanistan need corruption in their way of life to survive.

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Every country and every people has a stake in the Afghan resistance, for the freedom fighters of Afghanistan are defending principles of independence and freedom that form the basis of global security and stability. (c) Ronald Reagan.

So NATO forces are now against democracy. Well, not for the first time.

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