There were more revelations about the Dahla Dam, including its potential for stoking inter-tribal warfare in Kandahar; there was confusion over why Canadians don't talk about the US in their federal elections; and an interesting trend involving foreign leaders trying to give troubled Canadian governments a boost was revealed.
On the surface, the past week of the ongoing Wikileaks saga saw CBC come under fire, Canada's ambassador to Afghanistan offer to resign, and anger that a list of vital infrastructure projects had been made public.
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