June 2012
Metro (NZ);Jun2012, Issue 364, p40
The article presents information related to Zahira, a simple woman from a simple village in Afghanistan's deeply conservative south, who lost her life during the U.S.-led coalition battle in Afghanistan. It is stated that she had been ill for weeks with kidney problems that were complicating her pregnancy and was there to visit a Kabul hospital. It is noted that due to road closures by U.S. soldiers she lost her life on the way.


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