Chris Sands

  • TOn the morning Osama bin Laden died, a corpse was being carried through the streets of Charikar, a town north of Kabul. Exactly who the deceased was or how he had met his fate wasnt clear, but the funeral procession edged slowly down one of the countrys main roads while a voice from a loudspeaker ...

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  • TAt the end of each year, the anniversary of the Soviet invasion passes quietly in Afghanistan. There is little in the way of a public commemoration, just the occasional radio show on the subject or a TV debate between ex-government officials and the mujahideen they once fought. War has long become ...

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