The Afghan people can no longer tolerate these attacks," Karzai told reporters at the presidential palace. Asked what he will do if international forces continue to order strikes on houses, Karzai said: "The Afghan government will be forced to take unilateral action." He did not say what that action would be, but said he plans to discuss it with NATO officials next week. He noted that he has repeatedly told his international allies that civilian deaths from air strikes are unacceptable.
Iran's oil exports to South Korea quadruple to 400,000 barrels a day after sanctions lift (Reuters)
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