Photograph of what U.S.-led NATO troops call the Chinese compound, a facility built to house Chinese workers building a road that will allow coal from a mine in central Afghanistan to be transported to the Aynak copper mine project.
Photograph of what U.S.-led NATO troops call the Chinese compound, a facility built to house Chinese workers building a road that will allow coal from a mine in central Afghanistan to be transported to the Aynak copper mine project. MCT
Photograph of what U.S.-led NATO troops call the Chinese compound, a facility built to house Chinese workers building a road that will allow coal from a mine in central Afghanistan to be transported to the Aynak copper mine project. MCT

Afghan president steps up political confrontation with opponents

March 07, 2009 02:05 PM

UPDATED March 07, 2009 05:48 PM

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