MP3: Costly Afghan War remembered 9 years after it began

07.05.2010

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Costly Afghan War remembered 9 years after it began MP3

The 10th anniversary of the war in Afghanistan is proving a sad reminder of the lives lost and the huge cost involved in the military action. Source: abc.net.au

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