Friday, April 06, 2007

News of Afghanistan - The 53rd Edition

It's a two mug of Alokozay tea day here. So here is the News, slighty disorganized and an hour or two late...



A little news round-up (I like the micro finance idea m'self)

Umm, maybe so, but what's yer point, boss? And what the heck is this "leasing" business?

"Rent to own!"

photo: AP Photo/David Guttenfelder

WTF?! I thought Dutch military "restraint" had died, along with several thousand innocents, at Srbenica. Guess not...

More worries about economics than the Taliban.


"Did someone say economics?"
Charikar, October 2004 (photo by "Z")

I rather like this. The painting they show, especially so.

Super Bazaar or EU?

Flood relief efforts - I remember helping, as best we could, in 2005.


Photo: UNAMA
A man in Zewjug village of the Nili district in Dai Kundi province tries to attach a cable to a van hoping to drag it from the fast-flowing river

And now a word from our Afghan cell phone providers: Roshan and Afghan Wireless. CSM Bones will have to give you the exact consumer review, heh.

Share and enjoy.

A park. Good idea.

Sure, like floods aren't enough.

This little article says a lot. I think the headline is a masterful one too.

One time event? So sez Karzai!!11!

Fire fighters wash the road after a suicide attack in Kabul, on Friday, April 6, 2007. A suicide car bomber hit a police checkpoint in Afghanistan's capital Friday, killing at least five people, including the bomber and a policeman who tried to stop him, police and witnesses said. (AP Photo/Farzana Wahidy)

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Mayor John ,


I wish you a Happy Easter....


Lovely greetings to you,

6:20 AM  
Blogger John the Mad said...

The Canadian Forces are leasing some Leopard II tanks on a temporary basis in order to get the army through until the purchase of 100 Laeopards from Holland is completed this fall.

8:26 PM  

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