Seventeen civilians were killed when a minibus carrying guests to a wedding party in western Afghanistan struck a roadside mine Friday, a provincial Afghan official said.
In a separate incident in eastern Afghanistan, two International Security Assistance Force members were killed in an "improvised explosive attack," according to a statement released by the ISAF.
They shouldn't delete it. It is a good list.
I do wish things would get better in Afghanistan. Hopefully our troops really will be pulled out in 2014.
Good morning Jeff. I was Obama Mama during the election process, but since the Sandy tragedy I have changed my name back to Scottish Mama. I thought it disrespectful to be an advocate for an election when people were going thru such a disaster. Have a good day Jeff.
Jeff, they did not post my post to you. I have changed my name back to Scottish Mama.Due to after an election. I hope they post this.
See, the tricky thing about roadside mines is that they can get anyone...civilians and percieced enemies alike.
This is just sad!
Well concidering that the only citizens in The whole country are those not wearing a us or nato supplied uniform, but the only time we choose to count them is when tthey are talibans, any one with and sometimes many times without, a gun or killed by taliban.
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