Wednesday, 23 December 2015

Sangin police chief tells Afghan government to 'dig 200 graves'

Sangin police chief tells Afghan government to 'dig 200 graves' with city on verge of collapse | Middle East | News | The Independent: 
'There seemed little hope among the 200 or so soldiers remaining amid dwindling food supplies and a shortage of ammunition.
The Taliban itself said on Wednesday night that the siege continued and the government "will soon announce their defeat".
Acccording to The Times, Mohammad Dawood, the police chief of Sangin, rang governor Mirza Khan Rahimi to bemoan the lack of support the city has received...'

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