Afghan President Hamid Karzai has launched a verbal attack on the US, describing his position as at the "the end of the rope" because of the lack of U.S. cooperation after 16 civilians died in an apparent US soldier shooting spree, reports AP.
Karzai met with the families of the victims today and said his delegation sent to investigate the deaths didn't receive the cooperation he'd expected from US officials.
This form of activity, this behavior, cannot be tolerated. It's past, past, past the time.
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