"Am I therefore become your enemy,because I TELL YOU THE TRUTH...?"
(Galatians 4:16)

Tuesday, September 29, 2009


--NATO chief assures Obama on Afghan war support
--NATO OFFICIAL:More Afghan training needed for war
--Taliban roadway attacks spread fear in Afghanistan
--Top Afghan official threatens to quit after attack
--Another 45,000 US troops needed in Afghanistan, military adviser says
--Senators, Advisers Urge Obama to More Than Double Afghan Forces
--Civilian Toll Rising in Afghanistan
--White House Urges Patience on Afghan War Strategy, After McChrystal Sounds Warning
--Will Obama "Do a Rumsfeld" in Afghanistan...?
--Sources: McChrystal Wants Up to 40,000 More Troops in Afghanistan
--Taliban hold sway over in 97% of Afghanistan
--Gates Open to Troop Increase in Afghanistan as More Civilians Die and Americans Oppose Occupation
--U.S. to send “trigger-pullers” to Afghanistan
--Afghanistan’s gunpoint election
--Obama: Afghan war secures America
--Obama Warns Soldiers Coming Days in Afghanistan Will Be “Bloody”
--U.S. military to stop releasing militant death tolls in Afghanistan
--5 U.S. troops among 50 killed in Afghan violence
--Nato forces rely on illegal Afghan militias, report says
--Afghan prisoners given new rights to challenge detention
--3 European leaders call for UN Afghan conference
--Suicide bombing in Afghanistan kills 3
Picture Left:A wounded Afghan boy lies on a hospital bed in Kandahar September 29, 2009. A roadside bomb struck a passenger bus outside Afghanistan's southern city of Kandahar on Tuesday, killing 12 civilians, including women and children, a provincial official said.(REUTERS/Stringer)

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