(9 am. – promoted by ek hornbeck)
As August becomes the deadliest month for U.S. forces in Afghanistan, post-election tension continues to increase. A Washington Post reporter provides an update from Kabul.
You can find the Transcript, Audio and Video Feed, for above, at this link.
Exclusive: On Pakistan’s Khyber Pass
ABC News’ Martha Raddatz Travels Through Pakistan to Afghanistan With a Convoy
The Khyber Pass is one of the most dangerous routes from Pakistan into Afghanistan. ABC News’ Martha Raddatz traveled with a NATO convoy along the route.
(Martha Raddatz/ABC News)
It is only about 30 miles from Peshawar, Pakistan, to Afghanistan’s border where the Torkham Gate that divides the border is built. But it is 30 miles of the steepest, most white-knuckle driving you can imagine.
Think 2,000 feet up, on only dirt and gravel in some places, where guard rails are rare, and two or three trucks compete for space that can accommodate only one.
Throw in the fact that roadside bombs and mortars still can be a threat, militants still hide in the hillsides above you and you get the idea what kind of drive this is…….The Rest Found Here
cheney/bush cabal Quagmire!!
Stopped being anything about 9/11 after they started the Drums of War of Their Choice towards Iraq and pulled troops and rebuilding monies out of, now it’s just adding to the Hatreds towards Us and Our Policies!!