The Times' Defence Editor (£) Deborah Haynes, who is in Lashkar Gah, has interviewed people about the two UK soldiers shot dead by a rogue Afghan soldier.
He got close to the foreign troops — three or four metres — and he opened fire. Then the foreign troops killed him.”
The point of these attacks is to put a wedge between the ANA [Afghan National Army] and Isaf and in our case the advisers."
The Afghan people have had 30 years of war. Some of the new generation is crazy [as a result].”
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