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How should international forces in Afghanistan be governed?

Afghanistan's cabinet has demanded a change in the rules governing international troops in the country, after more than 90 civilians were killed in US-led air attacks last week. It is the highest civilian death toll from international military action since US-led forces invaded in 2001. Should there be some kind of 'status of forces agreement' governing international troops in the country? Is there too much reliance on aerial attacks at the moment?

Published: 30 Sep 2008 07:24 GMT
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