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Die Griechen verlassen den NATO Massaker Platz: Afghanistan

Dezember 8, 2012 2 Kommentare

Greek soldiers leave Afghanistan


The Ministry of Defence of Greece
completed the withdrawal of its units in Afghanistan. A special
battalion left Kabul with all its equipment, said the ministry
statement.
The mission of the Greek contingent in
Afghanistan began February 17, 2002 has ended. The Ministry of Defence
said the withdrawal by the reduction of the military budget and savings.
His statement said that in 2011 the maintenance of the military mission
in Kabul has cost 6.8 million euros in 2010, 7.7 million
In Afghanistan remain seven trainers
officers of the HAF training Afghan pilots in the C-27A aircraft. They
will leave upon completion of their mission.
You can read more about the Hellenic Contribution to the Reconstruction of Afghanistan here
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NATO Attacked Afghan Health Clinic in Serious War Crime

Pakistan: US drone kills three in Miranshah
AFP


December 7, 2012 – A US drone fired two missiles at a compound in northwestern tribal district early on Thursday, killing at least three militants, local security officials said. The missiles hit a house in Mubarak Shahi village, in Mir Ali, 20 kilometres east of Miranshah, the main town in the North Waziristan tribal district, which is a stronghold of Taliban and al Qaeda-linked militants. „Militants were using this house as a compound.
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By John Glaser

December 7, 2012 – US-led NATO forces attacked a health clinic in
Afghanistan, stormed the building, damaged equipment, detained those
inside and turned it into a temporary jail and military base, in a grave
violation of the laws of war. The incident occurred in October in
Wardak province, according to the aid group that runs the clinic, the
Swedish Committee for Afghanistan. „The soldiers knocked down a wall to
enter the building, damaged doors, windows, examination beds and other
equipment, and detained clinical staff and civilians inside,“ reports
the Guardian’s Emma Graham-Harrison from Kabul. „And for the next two
and a half days they brought dozens, maybe hundreds of prisoners through
the clinic, using it as a jail, logistics hub and for mortar fire,
contravening the Geneva conventions, which protect medical centres.“…

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