Time to hear from Afghan intelligence on detainees

Almost lost in the barrage of tragic news from Afghanistan last week—a NATO convoy destroyed, a US helicopter downed, coalition casualties mounting and a massive suicide bombing in Kandahar—was a small snippet that two Afghan leaders had resigned from their posts.

Scott Taylor
Published: Wednesday, 06/16/2010 12:00 am EDT

Almost lost in the barrage of tragic news from Afghanistan last week—a NATO convoy destroyed, a US helicopter downed, coalition casualties mounting and a massive suicide bombing in Kandahar—was a small snippet that two Afghan leaders had resigned from their posts.

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