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 WSQT War Updates 
 and Karzia's half brother killed in Afghanistan
 News Report
 WSQT Direct Action Radio  
 Warning: Program may contain strong or potentially offensive language, including possible FCC violations.
Baghdad, Iraq, Sunday: Yet another US soldier was killed in Iraq, this time in Amarra, Iraq. This was the latest in the recent string of attacks that have killed at least 18 US soldiers this summer in Iraq.

Afghanistan, Today NATO is reporting the death of a soldier of unspecified nationality from an insurgent attack in an undisclosed location in southern Afghanistan.

Afghanistan, Yesterday: :NATO is reporting the death of a soldier of unspecified nationality from an IED blast in an undisclosed location in southern Afghanistan.

Afghanistan, Saturday and Sunday: NATO is reporting the deaths of three soldiers of unspecified nationality from insurgent attacks.

Afghanistan, Sunday: The Danish military is reporting the death of a Danish soldier from an IED blast in an area west of Patrol Base Line in the Upper Gereshk valley, Helmand province. Denmar has announced they will withdraw from Afghanistan this year. One country at a time, the "Coalition" is being whittled down, just like in Iraq.

Afghanistan, Monday: NATO is reporting the death of a soldier of unspecified nationality from a non combat related injury somewhere in eastern Afghanistan. Is this yet another GI suicide?

Afghanistan, Tuesday morning: Afghan President Hamid Karzai's half-brother, a man the Washington Post said was "evolving into a real US ally", was assassinated at his home in southern Afghanistan, an official reported. Sarday Mohommad, reportedly a member of Ahmed Wali Karzai's own security team killed him with an AK-47, according to a person who witnessed the killing. Yet the Washington Post reports three pistol shots were used instead, consistant with the report that one weapon was turned over to guards and a second, concealed weapon was used. The Taliban took credit for the execution, but some say he was killed for being a liability to the current government instead. He was an old-school warlord and strongman with a long list of enemies.

Afghanistan, today: A bomb exploded against the motorcade of an Afghan governor on Wednesday, as he made his way to the funeral of President Hamid Karzai’s brother. The attack wounded two Afghan troops, the government reported. The governor was en route to join thousands of mourners in the Kandahar province. The governor of Helmand province, Gulab Mangal, and the provincial chief of intelligence were unhurt in the attack. The bomb was detonated by remote-control, wounding two nearby soldiers, according to the government’s office.

Pakistan, Tuesday: US drone strikes continue to kill people even as Pakistani-US relations reach their lowest point in mnay years. At least 45 people were killed by missiles launched by U.S. drone aircraft in Pakistan's northwest in less than 24 hours, local intelligence officials said on Tuesday. The attacks started on Monday night, when US drones fired nine missiles into a alleged militant compound and at a vehicle in North Waziristan, killing 25 people. Another strike hours later in South Waziristan killed five people. Then on Tuesday morning, another drone fired two more missiles at another compound in North Waziristan.

Baghdad, Iraq, today: Three Katusha rockets hit the U.S. Embassy in west Baghdad’s fortified Green Zone on Tuesday, acording to a security source reporting to Aswat al-Iraq news agency.

Baghdad, Iraq, Monday: 3 Katusha rockets scored direct hits on and in the Green Zone, wounding a member of the Iraqi Parliament and her sons. “One of Al-Fadhila (Virtue) Party’s Legislators, Kamila al-Moussawi’s sons was injured and a number of her guards, when they tried to save her and her family members, when their flat was target for a 3 Katusha rocket attack, targeted against the Green Zone early on Monday,” her office statement reported.

Baghdad, Iraq, Monday: Six rockets were fired into the fortified Green Zone in Baghdad, reported state-run Iraqiya television. It added that the rockets had been launched from a neighbourhood south of the Iraqi capital. The attack caused no casualties, according to the report. Was this a second rocket attack in addition to the one that wounded an Iraqi legislator?

Baghdad, Iraq, Monday: Two elements of the pro-US al-Sahwa or Awakening militias have been killed and four others were injured in a booby-trapped car explosion in west Baghdad Abu-Ghuraib district on Monday, according to a Baghdad security source. The Sahwa or Awakening fighters are former Resistance fighters who turned coats to side with the US in 2007 and are regarded as traitors by nearly all current insurgent elements.

Kut, Iraq, Monday night: A U.S. Army patrol near Delta Base was attacked using an explosive charge in the city of Kut, the center of southern Iraq’s Wassit Province on Monday night, but losses were not known, an Iraqi police source reported. Wait a minute: WHAT US Patrol? WHAT IED? I though US combat operations in Iraq were over? Oh yeah-that's been said before. "Mission Accomplished?" I don't think so!

Mr Barrack Obama, now's the time to pull the plug on 8 and 10 years of useless war-bring all the troops home TODAY!

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