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Afghanistan – Bring the Boys Back Home

Another three soldiers have been killed in Afghanistan. Cameron says that Britain is paying a “very high price” in Afghanistan. Yet few here in the UK believe that it is a price worth paying. The soldiers killed by a roadside bomb were Cpl William Savage and Fusilier Samuel Flint from the Royal Highland Fusiliers, the … Continue reading

Terrible human cost of Afghan War

THE number of civilians killed or wounded in Afghanistan rose by 31 per cent in the first six months of the year. More than 1,200 civilians were killed and another 1,997 injured, the United Nations has said. These are the worst figures since the Taliban was driven out following the 9/11 attacks in 2001. The … Continue reading

Iraq and Afghanistan: The people Vs. the Politicians

Six out of ten Britons don’t back the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan. The research was carried out for the Army. Five years after the invasion of Iraq, only 41 per cent of the public suport operations in the two countries. More than half of those surveyed say that whilst we are still proud of … Continue reading

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