Taliban Suicide Bombers Strike Kabul
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A wave of suicide bombers and gunmen attacked Kabul on Monday, January 18, 2010. Targets of the attackers included government buildings and locations known to be frequented by foreigners. Before the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, suicide terrorism was almost totally unknown in that country.
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Derrick Crowe is a political associate for Brave New Foundation working on the Rethink Afghanistan campaign. He is a 5-year veteran of Capitol Hill and a trained Creating a Culture of Peace nonviolence facilitator.