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Massacre makes Obama "more determined" to leave Afghanistan

The Chicago Tribune, 13 March 2012
Publié le : 13 mars 2012
 Caren Bohan and Ahmad Nadem 
WASHINGTON/KANDAHAR, Afghanistan (Reuters) - President Barack Obama said on Monday the massacre of 16 villagers by a U.S. soldier increases his determination to get American troops out of Afghanistan, while a U.S. official said the accused staff sergeant previously had suffered traumatic brain injury. Sunday's shootings triggered angry calls from Afghans for an immediate American exit. Obama said there should not be a "rush to the exits" for U.S. forces who have been fighting in Afghanistan since 2001 and that the drawdown must be carried out in a responsible way. The accused U.S. Army staff sergeant walked off his base in the southern province of Kandahar in the middle of night and gunned down at least 16 villagers, mostly women and children. Read on...
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