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In Times of War, Feed the Right Wolf

Sunday, July 5, 2009 by Marianne Elliott

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By Marianne Elliott

In November 2007 I arrived back from a short holiday in the United
States to my work as a UN human rights officer in Afghanistan. Days
later, the deadliest suicide attack to take place in Afghanistan
happened in Baghlan, killing at least 40 adults and three children and
maiming more than 60 adults and 60 children. For two days after the
bombing I sunk into a despairing sadness for Afghanistan…

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4 Responses to "In Times of War, Feed the Right Wolf"

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