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Kabul Korrespondence

Fresh, factual, and funky view of Afghanistan and the surrounding Central Asian region

Who said religion and war were not connected?

Saturday, June 06, 2009


Location: Herat Province, Guzara District, Mir Daoud area, Herat-Kandahar Ring Road

Incident type: AOG material support

Date/Time: 2 June 2009, 1600 hrs

Report Source: OTHER

Information: ANP searched a bus that had arrived in the abovementioned area from Kandahar and reportedly discovered the following items hidden between a large amount of religious books:

1) 40 antipersonnel mines

2) 10 RCIEDs

3) 48 detonators

4) 2 boxes of AOG stamps

5) 29 ICOM radios

posted by Travis, 8:31 am


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