This Week in Afghanistan

By Duane Shank 9-09-2011

? U.S. troops on the front line believe that the war will go on for another 10 years after they leave.

? An audit shows that the surge of U.S. civilian advisers has cost nearly $2 billion.

? The U.S. mission in Afghanistan has suspended the transfer of detainees to several Afghan jails, following torture allegations.

? The CIA's drone operation has killed more than 2,000 militants and civilians since 2001.

? Provocative headline: Why Native Americans fight and die for the same U.S. army that slew their ancestors.

?A better way than war.

? U.S. deaths are now 1,760.

Duane Shank is senior policy advisor at Sojourners.

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