Bombing Deepens Despair in a Stricken Afghan City
By Taimoor Shah / August 26, 2009
KANDAHAR, Afghanistan — This city is no stranger to bombings. There have been many here over the years of war. But the one on Tuesday night — the deadliest — may have done more than any other to deepen Kandahar’s sense of isolation and tip its people into despair that someone, anyone, has the power to halt the mayhem that surrounds them.
Source / New York Times