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By Ted Cruz
Israel saves its enemies; Hamas endangers its friends
Topic - Adam Wojack
Afghan and NATO forces on Friday thwarted an insider attack for the first time since the start of the war, coalition officials said Monday.
An Afghan soldier fired on a vehicle he believed was driven by NATO soldiers on a shared base in southern Afghanistan, slightly wounding a foreign civilian worker, officials said Monday. It was the latest in a string of insider attacks by local forces on their international allies.
An Afghan soldier fired on a vehicle he believed was driven by NATO soldiers on a shared base in southern Afghanistan, slightly wounding a foreign civilian worker, officials said Monday.
The soldier turned his weapon on a vehicle that was driving inside Camp Garmser, a shared base in Helmand, said Maj. Adam Wojack, a
The assailant told interrogators he had thought he was targeting troops, Maj. Wojack said.