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    • 31.05.11 | 13:47 (IDT)

    — Angered by civilian casualties, Afghan President Hamid Karzai said Tuesday he will no longer allow NATO airstrikes on houses, issuing his strongest statement yet against strikes that the military alliance says are key to its war on Taliban insurgents. The president's remarks follow a recent strike that mistakenly killed a group of children and women in southern Helmand province. He said it would be the last

    from the article: IDF chief: Israel faces growing range of threats, from 'knife to nuclear'
    First published 12:00 31.05.11 | Last updated 12:00 31.05.11
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