By Elaine Donnelly
Extending sexual misconduct to combat units
Independent voices from the TWT Communities
Afghan civilians who have helped coalition troops in the U.S.-led mission now fear the Taliban will kill them after Western forces leave Afghanistan by the end of 2014.
Two suicide bombers targeted worshippers on a key Muslim festival in northern Afghanistan, killing seven, including two local police commanders, officials said Sunday.
Human Rights Watch says nearly 300 people have been killed during what many now are calling the "Nile Revolution," and doctors say 3,000 have been injured in Cairo alone.
"Bombs have exploded outside the homes of my friends" who worked with the coalition, said Abdul, an interpreter based in southern Afghanistan who gave only his first name.
"He didn't just do Egyptians wrong," said Abdul, a lawyer who gave only one name. "He did all the Arabs wrong. Thirty years is enough."