"We have no intention of going into Kabul,'' Amin said. The United Nations must first come up with a plan for dividing power in Afghanistan after the Taliban falls, he said.1
"I don't think they could have discerned that in the pitch dark, there were six journalists on top of this machine," said McGeough, one of the three journalists who survived.
He said Baryalai's claim was biased "spin" and noted that "it's funny how in war, people want to make the appalling more appalling."2
Several bodies of Taliban fighters, distinguished by their mandatory black turbans, lay sprawled on streets. Among the dead were a couple of the much-feared foreign fighters, usually Arabs, Pakistanis or Chechens, who make up the backbone of the al Qaeda network of Saudi-born militant Osama bin Laden.
By Sayed Salahuddin
rebeccablood, the war won't be over, because our nation has pledged a war not simply against the Taliban but a war against terrorism as a whole. After the Taliban is out, our nation will continue to fight off terrorism.
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