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For Afghans, Two Outrages, Two Different Reactions

When U.S. troops inadvertently burned Qurans last month, it triggered large-scale rioting across Afghanistan that led to dozens of deaths. By comparison, the Afghan reaction has been comparatively muted so far to the shooting deaths of 16 innocent civilians. Why the difference?
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In Afghanistan, Panetta Says Mission Continues

At Camp Leatherneck in southern Afghanistan, the defense secretary urged troops to not be deterred from their mission and continue "to make life difficult" for the Taliban and al-Qaida. He'll try to repair relations frayed by recent incidents.
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Westmacott: Afghan Plan Makes Sense

British Prime Minister David Cameron is in Washington for talks with President Obama. British Ambassador to the U.S. Peter Westmacott talks to Steve Inskeep about what's likely to dominate the agenda of the two leaders: Afghanistan.
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Obama Stays Committed To Timeline In Afghanistan

Robert Siegel talks to Zalmay Khalilzad, former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations and Afghanistan, about U.S. policy in that country.
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No Major Violence In Afghanistan After Killings

An Afghan government delegation came under fire when it traveled to the scene to express condolences, and there have been non-violent anti-American protests elsewhere in the country.

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