The bottom line is clear: Our vital interests in Afghanistan are limited and military victory is not the key to achieving them. On the contrary, waging a lengthy counterinsurgency war in Afghanistan may well do more to aid Taliban recruiting than to dismantle the group, help spread conflict further into Pakistan, unify radical groups that might otherwise be quarreling amongst themselves, threaten the long-term health of the U.S. economy, and prevent the U.S. government from turning its full attention to other pressing problems. -- Afghanistan Study Group

Friday, March 1, 2013

War News for Friday, March 01, 2013

Black holes rapidly spinning and twisting spacetime

Reported security incidents
#1: A roadside bomb killed nine people, mostly border policemen, Thursday in Afghanistan. The afternoon blast occurred in Dangam district of Kunar province, near Afghanistan's eastern border with Pakistan, according to a spokesman for the provincial government. Wasifullah Wasifi said seven border policemen and two civilians were killed, and two women were wounded in the attack.

#2: According to reports an incident allegedly involving civilian casualties has taken place during an Australian military operation in Afghanistan. (no real details just fluff - whisker)


Anonymous said...

black holes? hows does that have anything to do with the war?

whisker said...

It doesn't but since i didn't have much to post i stuck that up there.

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